Wally Amos, a Tallahassee native took his brand to Los Angeles and called it Famous Amos.
Come January 6th, Famous Jameis will lead Florida State into the LA area. Noles playing for a national championship.
Dating back to last year, FSU has won 15 straight games.
They'll try to keep the streak alive. In the process will try to snap the SEC's 7 straight national titles. The national championship is also on Winston's birthday. If the Noles win maybe Winston will celebrate with some Famous Amos Cookies.
If you ask his teammates, they believe their fierce leader deserves some credit.
"Thats one thing I love about Jameis he's not going to change when other people around him do. I feel the more people come around him the more he comes to us and embraces us as a team more so than try to go out there and be Famous Jameis or anything like that and if anything this Heisman Trophy and all the accolades like that he's worked hard. He knows he done did that and at the same time that is what he supposed to get, he set the bar for his self so," FSU senior linebacker Telvin Smith said.
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