By Stewart Mandel
October 27, 2013
Jameis Winston and Florida State have outscored opponents 163-31 in the Seminoles' last three wins.
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Despite his 22-5 career record as a starter and his 14-to-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio in 2013, Connor Shaw is rarely mentioned among the nation's top quarterbacks. But few will ever dispute his importance to the Gamecocks -- and many will compare him favorably with Willis Reed-- after Shaw's courageous performance last Saturday in this season's most miraculous comeback victory.

Despite struggling offensively, Anthony Boone (7) and Duke beat Virginia Tech to become bowl eligible.
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David Cobb (27) rushed for 138 yards to help Minnesota defeat Nebraska for the first time since 1960.
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Quarterback Keith Wenning has passed for 2,865 yards and 23 TDs to lead Ball State to an 8-1 record.
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Michigan at Michigan State, Saturday (3:30 p.m. ET): This will not be a 503-yard passing day for Wolverines quarterback Devin Gardner, who will face a Spartans' defense that's allowing a national-low 4.7 yards per pass attempt. The potential for four turnovers is far greater. Still, it's never a sure thing thatMichigan State's offense will be able to find the end zone.

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