Feb 1, 2014; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher speaks during the BCS National Championship Celebration at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN gives an inside look at the making of Florida State's BCS Championship rings

Last season, head coach Jimbo Fisher and the Florida State Seminoles finished the season 14-0 and capped it all off by winning their first national championship since the 1999 season. They did so behind the efforts of the top defense in the country and their Heisman-winning QB, Jameis Winston.

To commemorate the win, the team was recently rewarded with new championship rings, just as all championship-winning sports teams are.

Although in this particular instance, ESPN gave everyone an inside look at just how exactly the beautiful pieces of jewelry are made, and it was a rather interesting look to see how the rings come about and you can view the slideshow by clicking here.

The team was given the rings last week prior to the spring practices ending, and Winston was one of the first to model off the hardware that he and his teammates had acquired.

The ‘Noles will look to get themselves some more of those this season as they get set to defend their national championship, and that journey begins on Aug. 30 in Dallas when they take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys.


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