Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston
had plenty of questions to answer during the week leading up to Saturday's ACC
Following the freshman phenom's performance, the only question that remains is
who the top-ranked Seminoles will face in the BCS National Championship Game.
Winston threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another score, as No. 1
Florida State rolled to its 14th ACC championship with a 45-7 rout of 20th-
ranked Duke at Bank of America Stadium.
On Thursday, Winston was cleared of allegations he sexually assaulted a woman
last year, a distraction that had hung over the quarterback's head since
reports of the assault initially surfaced in November.
Left to focus solely on football, Winston thrived, throwing for 330 yards on
19-of-32 efficiency while adding 59 yards on 10 carries to help the Seminoles
finish 13-0 for the first time in school history while setting the conference
and school records for wins in a season.
Kelvin Benjamin caught five passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns, while
Devonta Freeman rushed for 91 yards and a score on 17 carries for Florida
State, which will be playing in the National Championship for the first time
since winning it all during the 1999-2000 campaign.
Anthony Boone struggled under center for the Blue Devils (10-3), completing
just half of his 40 passes for 138 yards with two interceptions.
Josh Snead scored late in the fourth quarter to account for the lone touchdown
of the game for Duke, which has never beaten Florida State in 19 all-time
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