As an electrifying player at Florida State, running back Warrick Dunn played in five games against Florida. He compiled 862 total yards in those contests, the diminutive Louisianan proving 180 pounds of unstoppable energy. But it was Dunn's 79-yard catch-and-run at Florida Field on Nov. 27, 1993 — his freshman season — that might have been the most precious yards of all. The touchdown broke the Gators' back, silenced a roaring crowd and propelled the Seminoles to the national championship game. It was, simply, Florida State's greatest point ever.