Last week after a crazy play against Boston College, we asked if it was Florida State redshirt freshman quarterback Jameis Winston's Heisman moment. Now after a play against Maryland, it's definitely become his Heisman compilation.
With the Seminoles in the midst of a beatdown against Maryland and already winning 35-0, Winston escaped what looked like a sure sack and hit tight end Nick O'Leary for a 12 yard score.
Conjures up memories of a certain redshirt freshman quarterback that won the Heisman last year, doesn't it?
Against Boston College last week, Winston got away from two defenders and launched a bomb at the end of the first half to Kenny Shaw, who caught it for a 55 yard touchdown.
Winston was also a huge reason why the Seminoles drubbed Maryland 63-0. Winston left the game early after compiling a statline that included 23 completions on 32 attempts for 393 yards. Oh, and five touchdowns and zero interceptions. Back-to-back freshman winners of the Heisman is suddenly a strong possibility.
Florida State's next game is against Clemson, a battle that will likely determine the ACC and detail the national championship hopes of the loser. And if that wasn't enough, it will also significantly impact the Heisman hopes of both Winston and Clemson's Tajh Boyd. Too bad we have to wait two weeks for it.