PASADENA, Calif. – Jameis Winston scrambled, then he slipped. As the football bizarrely squirted out of his hands, a sense of finality swept across FSU’s sideline.

The ball bounced backward, was scooped up by Oregon’s Tony Washington and returned 58 yards for a touchdown.

FSU’s 29-game win streak was defined by miraculous moments and memorable plays. But the fumble will likely be remembered as a quintessential sequence in which the season, the streak and possibly the Winston era ended as No. 3 FSU (13-1) fell to No. 2 Oregon (13-1) 59-20 Thursday at the Rose Bowl in front of an announced crowd of 91,322.