Can Miami slow down Winston?
Examining what makes FSU's QB (and WRs) so good and Canes' chances on D
Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston has emerged as one of college football's elite players just halfway into his redshirt freshman campaign, and he and the No. 3 Noles face another big test Saturday at home against the No. 7-ranked Miami Hurricanes (8 p.m. ET, ABC).
What has made Winston so successful so soon (hint: his receiving corps has helped), and is there anything the Canes can do to slow him down? I broke down tape of Winston's play in search of answers to both questions.
What makes Winston so good?
To read Todd McShay's complete breakdown of Jameis Winston, FSU's receiving corps and whether Miami has any strategies it can employ to slow them down Saturday night, you must be an ESPN Insider.
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