Florida State is a program with a lot of history in the college football world. The school has traditionally one of the deepest talent pools in the country — particularly when it comes to defensive backs.
Despite having that talent in recent decades, however, its success hasn’t resulted in too many national championship runs. The last national championship the school won came in 2013, which happened to be the final year of the BCS era.
Jameis Winston led Florida State over Marcus Mariota and the Oregon Ducks. Winston went on to be the first pick in the NFL Draft, and FSU hasn’t quite been back to that stage since.
The school also won a national championship in 1999, which was the second year of the BCS era.