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Florida State Wins College Football National Title Versus Auburn

Florida State National Title Win
Offensive linesman Ryan Arnold, center, of the Florida State Seminoles celebrates after the team's 34-31 victory against the Auburn Tigers during the 2014 National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl on January 6, 2014 in Pasadena, California. Photographer: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Jameis Winston’s 2-yard scoring pass with 13 seconds left capped Florida State’s comeback from an 18-point deficit as the Seminoles beat Auburn 34-31 to win college football’s national title and complete a perfect season.

Winston’s second touchdown pass of the game, to Kelvin Benjamin, wrapped up a wild final five minutes in which the lead changed three times at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

Florida State (14-0) trailed 21-3 midway through the second quarter before rallying behind quarterback Winston, a freshman who won the Heisman Trophy this season as the top player in college football.

The Seminoles took a 27-24 lead with 4 1/2 minutes remaining on Levonte Whitfield’s 100-yard kickoff return. Auburn (12-2) responded with Tre Mason’s 37-yard touchdown run with 79 seconds remaining to take a 31-27 lead. Mason finished with 34 carries for 195 yards.

The win brought Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher’s total bonuses to $550,000, on top of his $2.75 million salary. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn would have collected $1.2 million in bonuses on top of his $2.3 million annual salary with a victory.

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