This year's version of the Florida State Seminoles is 2-0, with an impressive national ranking of fifth.
In two games, the Seminoles have scored a whopping 96 points, while only allowing their opponents to score 10 points in the same amount of time.
Two weeks into the 2011 season, Florida State ranks in the top 10 in passing yards, points for, and points against.
There is no doubt that this Seminoles team is a quality one, but the question is, where do they rank all-time?
1993 was a great year to be a Seminoles fan. Quarterback Charlie Ward had a fantastic year, throwing for over 3,000 yards, 27 touchdowns, a 70% completion rate, and just four interceptions.
Florida State won the national championship in '93, defeating Nebraska 18-16 in the Orange Bowl.
Arguably, the best game of the season was when the Seminoles traveled to Florida and were involved in a tightly contested game.
Leading 27-21 with about six minutes remaining, Ward threw a pass to running back Warrick Dunn for a 79-yard touchdown to clinch the game.
The Seminoles certainly were not short on big-play ability in 1993.
Hard to argue that this was the Seminoles best season of all time when they finished 12-0.
In 1999, Florida State simply embarrassed Virginia Tech 46-29 in the Sugar Bowl to cap off a perfect season.
Quarterback Chris Weinke had a solid year despite being a bit turnover prone (14 interceptions), throwing for 3,103 yards, 25 touchdowns, and completing 61.5% of his passes.
This was also the first team in college football history to go wire #1 in all three major polls.
Chris Weinke won the Heisman this year, as he led the Seminoles to a solid 11-2 season.
While they suffered a disappointed 13-2 loss to Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, it was still a pretty good year overall for Florida State.
Weinke was the oldest player ever to win the Heisman at 28 years old, but he certainly did not loook outclassed by his younger peers.
The centerpiece of the Seminoles offense threw for 4,167 yards in 2000, his senior season.