During a baseball rain delay, Jameis Winston recreated his BCS-winning TD pass (Video)

During a baseball rain delay, Jameis Winston recreated his BCS-winning TD pass (Video)
During a baseball rain delay, Jameis Winston recreated his BCS-winning TD pass (Video)

Jameis Winston knows how to have fun during a rain delay.

As the Florida State baseball team was in the midst of a rain delay over the weekend against Notre Dame, Winston got his teammates on the field to re-enact his game-winning touchdown pass to Kelvin Benjamin in the BCS Championship Game.

After his teammates did some other hijinks, of course.

The formation is the same, as is the play-fake. But there aren't nearly 11 defenders on the field. We count four. Come on FSU baseball, where's the devotion to realism?

Based off Winston's teammates' reaction, his receiver caught the ball. But to us, it looks like the guy playing safety tipped it. If he did, that's a heck of a catch. Not as good as Benjamin's catch to give FSU the 34-31 win and the national title, but a couple notches below.

In 11 appearances this season, Winston has four saves and a 1.76 ERA.

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Nick Bromberg is the assistant editor of Dr. Saturday on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at nickbromberg@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

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