PITTSBURGH -- Asked to nitpick his astounding college debut, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston furrowed his brow and thought for a moment. Cheap Nike Air Max 95 Australia . Forgive him if it took awhile. There wasnt much to choose from. "I got sacked," Winston said. "I dont like getting sacked." OK, so theres one thing. Good luck on coming up with two. The redshirt freshman nicknamed "Famous Jameis" surpassed even his own lofty expectations in the 11th-ranked Seminoles 41-13 romp over Pittsburgh on Monday night, completing 25 of 27 passes for 356 yards and four touchdowns while adding another on the ground in a performance that left everyone but his teammates stunned. "I wasnt surprised," cornerback LaMarcus Joyner said. "I told him pregame you go against the best every day ... and the way you rip us apart sometimes in scrimmages, we know you can do it against anyone in the nation." You wont find Pitt arguing. The Panthers had been pointing to their ACC opener from the moment the program announced it was leaving the decaying Big East nearly two years ago. Instead, it served as the backdrop for a coming out party that will certainly fuel comparisons to Johnny Manziels unlikely rise to folk hero and Heisman Trophy winner at Texas A&M last fall. "I was certainly impressed with him," Pitt coach Paul Chryst said. "He did a good job of making plays and extending plays." Rashad Greene caught eight passes for 126 yards and a score and Nick OLeary hauled in three touchdown passes for Florida State but the night belonged to the athletic 6-foot-4, 227-pound kid from Hueytown, Ala., that certainly looked at home in front of a national audience in a stadium that also houses the NFLs Pittsburgh Steelers. "Its Monday Night Football," Winston said. "We come in and play Monday Night Football in a pro stadium? I was so pumped for that." Looked like it. Winston won the starting job during training camp, edging out Jacob Coker to become just the third freshman to start a season opener for the Seminoles. Dont plan on him giving up the gig anytime soon. A star outfielder on the school baseball team, Winston is considered the latest in a line of two-sport threats at Florida State, a list that includes Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and 1993 Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward. Ward, however, didnt become a star until he finally cracked the starting lineup as a junior. Winston appears to already be there a game into his career. He connected on his first 11 passes, missing on his 12th when wide receiver Kenny Shaw couldnt quite get his right foot all the way inbounds. "I was confident I got it in," Shaw said with a laugh. "Im used to the refs not being on our side." Winstons only other incompletion came while he escaped pressure late in the third quarter. By then the Seminoles were in command 31-13 after Winston spent three quarters serving up what the Seminoles hope is an appetizer of things to come as they battle Clemson for ACC supremacy. Twice Winston pulled himself free from a defensive linemans grasp to find a receiver downfield. He converted a first-and-28 with a 36-yard strike to Greene and even served as the lead blocker for Devonta Freeman when the running back broke into the secondary. "He could use some work," Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher joked when asked about his quarterbacks impromptu cameo as a fullback. Pitt quarterback Tom Savage passed for 201 yards and a touchdown for Pitt but also threw a pair of interceptions. Or, as many interceptions as Winston had incompletions. Pitts defence, which ranked 17th in the country last season, appeared unsure on how to stop him. Wary of the speed of Florida States wide receivers, the Panthers gave Greene and company plenty of room to manoeuvr. Too much, as it turned out. Way too much. For all of Winstons precision, often he was throwing to teammates who didnt have anybody in dressed in blue within arms reach. "We never made them uncomfortable," Chryst said. "Give them credit. Weve got to tackle better, but they ran through our tackles." The Panthers were primed early looking to prove they belonged in the better, deeper ACC after more than two decades of middling success during their two decades in the Big East. If Savage was nervous about kick-starting a collegiate career that was on life support for more than two years, it didnt show. The quarterback who led Rutgers to a 12-1 record as a freshman in 2009 hit Devin Street for a 31-yard gain on Pitts first drive, Savages first completion in a game in 1,024 days. For a few minutes, the 23-year-old appeared in a hurry to make up for lost time. He hit Street again for 16 yards before finding Manasseh Garner for a 4-yard touchdown to give Pitt a quick 7-0 lead. The toss completed a full career arc for the well-travelled Savage, who transferred to Arizona in 2011 before moving on to Pitt last year. His previous touchdown pass came on Oct. 23, 2010, while playing mop-up duty for the Scarlet Knights in a 41-21 loss to the Panthers. It was a nice moment, but all it did was set the stage for Winston. The Seminoles scored touchdowns on four straight possessions to end the first half. Winstons first scoring toss went 24 yards to OLeary -- the grandson of golfing great Jack Nicklaus -- to tie the game. The two hooked up early in the second quarter when Winston flipped to an open OLeary in the back of the end zone to make it 14-7. Winston bulled over from 5 yards out the next time Florida State had the ball, and he finished a sublime half with a 20-yard strike to Greene that left little doubt Winston was ready for the big stage. Nike Shoes Clearance Australia . Lost to Los Angeles in first round of playoffs. Air Max 270 Mens Sale Australia . 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LAKE FOREST, Ill. Austin Gomber . -- The Chicago Bears have agreed to a four-year contract with second-round draft pick Ego Ferguson. The Bears have been moving quickly to wrap up their picks, with six of eight having already agreed to deals. The 6-foot-3, 315-pound Ferguson had 58 tackles in his lone season as a starter last year and is considered raw after leaving school a year early. He was suspended from the Outback Bowl against Iowa for violating team rules and did not work out at the NFL combine because of a right ankle injury he suffered in the days leading up to it. In addition to Ferguson, the Bears announced Tuesday they agreed to four-year deals with fourth-round draft pick KaDeem Carey (running back, Arizona), sixth-rounder Patrick ODonnell (punter, Miami, Fla.) and seventh-rounder Charles Leno Jr. (offensive tackle, Boise State). The Bears also agreed to deals with safety Brock Vereen and quarterback David Fales on Monday. First-round pick Kyle Fuller of Virginia Tech (cornerback) and defensive tackle Will Sutton of Arizona State (third round) remain unsigned. Carey figures to back up running back Matt Forte after running for 1,885 yards as a junior last season and being picked the Pac-12 offensive player of the year. Leno was a first-team all-Mountain West Conference selection as a senior. ODonnell spent four-plus seasons with Cincinnati (2009-12) and Miami, Fla. (2013) and averaged 43.5 gross yards on 234 punts. Last year, he ranked third in the nation with a school record 47.1 gross average on 53 punts. Tony La Russa . The Eastern Conference-leading Celtics finished their recent trek at 3-1 on Monday in Salt Lake City when Rajon Rondo made a key jumper with 24.1 seconds remaining, as Boston held off the Utah Jazz, 107-102, at EnergySolutions Arena. Jose Martinez . Rajon Rondo had 18 of Bostons season-high 38 assists and the Celtics committed just seven turnovers in a 118-111 win over the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night.Its that time of the week when we test how much attention you paid to the latest round of Premier League fixtures with our Top of the Stats quiz. Week 33 saw Leicester maintain their seven-point advantage over Tottenham at the top of the Premier League as both teams secured comfortable victories over Sunderland and Manchester United, respectively.Meanwhile, Crystal Palace broke a 14-game winless streak with a 1-0 win over Norwich, as the boottom four clubs all suffered defeats. Mike Shannon . Weve selected some of the player stats to see how closely you were watching. Play the quiz below and see how you do...Share your score @SkyFootball Also See: Premier League video Fixtures Table Live on Sky Get Sky Sports ' ' '