Florida State looks like No. 1 team after Week 11; more Overtime

Monday November 11th, 2013
After routing Wake Forest, Jameis Winston and Florida State have now outscored opponents 468-108.
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But when I look at Florida State, I see no obvious holes. Quarterback Jameis Winston and the undefeated Seminoles have overwhelmed every team they've faced. The scores are staggering: 41-13 over Pitt; 62-7 over Nevada; 54-6 over FCS Bethune Cookman; 48-34 over Boston College; 63-0 over Maryland; 51-14 over No. 3 Clemson; 49-17 over NC State; 41-14 over No. 7 Miami; and 59-3 over the Demon Deacons. The last time Florida State won each of its first nine games by at least two touchdowns was in 1993, the year Seminoles coach Bobby Bowden won his first national championship.

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Johnny Manziel passed for 446 yards with five TDs in Texas A&M's 51-41 victory over Mississippi State.
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Tyler Gaffney carried the ball 45 times in Stanford's methodical win over previously unbeaten Oregon.
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UCLA linebacker Myles Jack (30) showed his versatility by rushing for 120 yards in a win over Arizona.
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Oklahoma State at Texas, Saturday (3:30 p.m. ET): This is a de facto elimination game to see which team will eventually challenge Baylor for the Big 12 title. The injury-plagued 'Horns are 6-0 in conference play, while the streaking Cowboys are 5-1. Both play the Bears down the stretch. Texas' run defense will be challenged.

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