If anybody owns bragging rights against Clemson, it's Florida State's Jameis Winston.
The 2013 Heisman Trophy winner followed up his winning performance at Death Valley last fall by playing a key role in the top-ranked Seminoles' series over the Tigers at Doug Kingsmore Stadium, when he accounted for the final seven outs in FSU's clinching 4-3 victory over Saturday.
Before heading back to Tallahassee, Winston snapped a couple of photos and posted them to his Twitter account.
The first - a photo of Death Valley, was captioned 'Our House' - and the second a photo of Doug Kingsmore Stadium under the lights, that was captioned 'Our house, Part 2.'
Some Clemson fans, including several athletes, reacted predictably, to which Winston responded, 'Tweeting two pictures makes me have a big head and no class...wow...But a stadium booing only one person is class.'
Later, Winston apologized, sort of, when he tweeted 'I apologize if I disrespected anyone that competed and sacrificed on those fields I posted...but if your (sic) a fan be a fan and enjoy the show.'
Unless the baseball Tigers and Seminoles meet again in the post-season, the next show will come next September when the football Tigers visit Doak Campbell Stadium.
As SB Nation noted, 'Jameis Winston spent his Saturday making this year's FSU-Clemson game an absolute must-watch.'
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