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Jameis Winton and the FSU Baseball Team Re-Enact the BCS-Winning Touchdown During Rain Delay (Video)

by: Esteban On  Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Tags:  Baseball   College Baseball   MLB   NCAA   Rain Delay  

jameis Winston recreates winning play bcs championship game during fsu baseball rain delay

In the big leagues, rain delays generally suck. If you’re really lucky and a rain delay stretches late into the night—and it’s hard to call that lucky—you might see some players running the bases and using the tarp as a slip ‘n’ slide. However, that’s pretty rare. There were a ton of rain delays in the first week of the 2014 MLB season, and not once did anybody do anything to keep the fans entertained (though in fairness, it was pretty cold).

In college baseball it’s a different story. There the players pride themselves on theatricality, so when you get a rain delay, you’re in for a real treat.

Such was the case this week at Florida State’s Dick Howser Stadium. As you probably know, 2013 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston also plays baseball for the Seminoles. Thus, when the team was faced with a rain delay, they decided to re-enact the game-winning touchdown from the BCS Championship Game against Auburn.

They did a pretty good job. Have a look:

You gotta love college baseball.

 




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