BOSTON – Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher thinks freshman Jameis Winston is still learning.
The Seminoles quarterback threw for four touchdowns to beat Boston College on Saturday. That included a career-high, 56-yarder and a 55-yard desperation pass as time expired in the first half. Florida State won 48-34 after trailing by 14 points in the first half.
Winston has the Seminoles at 4-0. He is leading the Atlantic Coast Conference with 12 touchdowns and a 73.6 completion percentage.
But Fisher sees room for growth. The coach says Winston still makes freshman mistakes, like forcing the ball to the primary receiver instead of checking down to a second choice.
That's a scary thought for the rest of the ACC.