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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston had no problem getting the ball to just about everyone. It was a sign that the top-ranked Seminoles (2-0) may be ready to put to rest some of the questions about their youth. They had 10 different players catch a pass and seven had a rush in a 37-12 rout of lower-tier FCS opponent The Citadel on Saturday. Winston threw for 256 yards and two touchdowns, and the 18th consecutive win set a FSU school record. It was a contrast to last week, when Florida State force-fed the ball to seniors Karlos Williams and Rashad Greene. "In our offence, we may call it somewhere, but it doesnt have to go there," Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said. "We dont force the ball. Thats what weve got to have, diversity around the board. Guys can catch it and run it. The quicker those young guys developing, the better were going to be." Winston completed 22 of 27 passes and the offence scored touchdowns on all four first-half drives and field goals on his two third-quarter drives. The Heisman winner sat down with a 34-0 lead. The Citadel quarterback Aaron Miller completed 3 of 11 passes for 46 yards and a touchdown and ran for 61 yards. The Bulldogs (0-2) had eight rushers carry in their triple-option offence and the ground game accounted for 250 of the teams 322 offensive yards. "It was loud, very loud," Miller said. "My offensive line, the first plays, they told me they cant hear me. Im yelling at the top of my lungs and Im figuring Im not going to have a voice by halftime." The Florida State offence was able to drive up and down the field with little resistance while its starters were on the field. In the choppy season-opening win against Oklahoma State, Winston seemed to force the ball to receiver Greene, who finished with 203 yards on 11 receptions. Williams was one of just two running backs to carry the ball against the Cowboys, and had 23 of the teams 31 rushes. "Im comfortable with everybody, because thats how this offence is," Winston said. "We try to give everybody the ball and a lot of people had touches this game. Thats how Coach Fisher does things. "Its not a one man show, everyones going to get that rock." Fisher said Winston tried to force some big plays last week, but he was patient against the Bulldogs. Williams and running backs Mario Pender and Freddie Stevenson had six combined receptions for 46 yards. All-ACC tight end Nick OLeary was supposed to ease the losses of 2013 receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Kenny Shaw, but was also limited last week. He caught a team-high five balls for 51 yards and a touchdown Saturday. He dropped what would have been another score. The Seminoles welcomed back receiver Jesus "Bobo" Wilson from a one-game suspension stemming from the theft of a motor scooter. 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