Week 1 Quick Hits #2 Florida State forces 5 picks in their 24-15 win over #4 Arkansas. #13 Nebraska comes back for a thrilling 17-14 victory over #23 Georgia. #5 Texas A&M runs over Baylor, winning 26-9. Penn State and #7 Clemson combine for 926 yards of offense and 13 touchdowns as the Tigers win 63-31. #8 Miami dominates Indiana in a 27-9 win. #18 Virginia Tech gets three picks and beats Minnesota 28-14. Extra Points 1. Florida State found a solid replacement It's not easy to replace a Heisman trophy winner. EJ Manuel led the Seminoles to the national title game where they fell just short of a perfect 14-0 season when they lost to Texas A&M. But in his first start, freshman Jameis Winston threw for 3 touchdowns and no picks against #4 Arkansas. After a bye week, he'll face Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh, and Duke followed by #18 Virginia Tech. By then we may know just how good Winston is. If he has a good freshman year, FSU could be headed to the championship again. 2. Big Ten needs to step it up. The Big Ten went 1-3 this week, with all 3 losses coming against the ACC. Yes, all 3 ACC opponents were ranked and 2 were in the top 10, but none of the losses were really that close. Sure, Minnesota only lost by two touchdowns but they also threw three interceptions. If they want to become an elite conference, they're going to need to win some of these out of conference games as an underdog. It should be pointed out that Nebraska got a good win over a ranked Georgia team, but the Bulldogs limped to a 6-6 regular season record last year and was outscored by 50 points on the season. Helmet Stickers Clemson QB Tahj Boyd (vs Penn State) - 11/17 354 yards 4 TDs 2 INTs, 6 carries 23 yards 1 TD Boyd is starting the season with a big day, scoring 5 TDs. Texas A&M HB Ben Malena (vs Baylor) - 24 carries 157 2 TDs A&M had the ball nearly twice the time as Baylor because the senior averaged 6.5 yards per carry on 24 carries. Florida State QB Jameis Winston (vs Arkansas) - 8/15 166 yards 3 TDs His stats weren't great, but the freshman passed for 3 touchdowns in the first start of his career and it was against a top-5 team.