The sophomore quarterback Winston appeared unflappable in leading Florida State to a come-from-behind win over Notre Dame on Saturday, but he has not demonstrated the same maturity on campus.
The Fighting Irish had a touchdown pass on fourth down in the final seconds negated by a penalty, and the Seminoles held on to improve to 7-0 after a strong performance from quarterback Jameis Winston.
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With controversy swirling around the star quarterback Jameis Winston, the showdown between second-ranked Florida State and No. 5 Notre Dame almost seem secondary.
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F.S.U. Fans Galvanized Amid Blitz of Coverage
Mississippi State is the new No. 1 in the Associated Press college football poll, replacing Florida State.
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Mississippi State Leaps to No. 1
Alabama quarterback Blake Sims led his team on a game-winning drive, overcoming four fumbles by the Tide’s offense.
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Shaky Alabama Survives With Late Touchdown Against Arkansas
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota passed for two scores and ran for two more as the No. 12 Ducks proved too much for No
Ducks Race to 32-Point Advantage, Then Hold On to Top Bruins
Winston threw for 317 yards and Florida State cruised past Syracuse to extend its team-record winning streak to 22, the longest in the nation, and 19 in a row in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Police and court records and interviews with witnesses show that the Tallahassee police on numerous occasions have soft-pedaled allegations of wrongdoing by Seminoles football players.
At Florida State, Football Clouds Justice
The 65 institutions in the N.C.A.A.’s so-called Big 5 conferences have officially received latitude to govern themselves, which could lead to their athletes getting more money and using agents.
Big University Programs Gain Autonomy