Feb. 1, 2014
Fans flocked to Doak Campbell Stadium to celebrate the National Championship. It was a special day as the Seminoles shared a piece of history with the public. Here's a behind the scenes look at the celebration. A special thanks to Maury Neipris for his work on this. For more photos fans can follow Twitter and Instagram.
Saturday 1:00 p.m.| Players Greet Fans
After the celebration fans came onto the field to mingle and congratulate the players.
Fans talk and take pictures with the Lou Groza Award winner Roberto Aguayo.
Saturday 12:55 p.m.| The Trophy Presentation
The team relives the trophy presentation.
And so do the fans.
Who doesn't love confetti?
Saturday 12:15 p.m.| The Celebration
Coach Fisher talks and thanks the fans for all of their support and promises that this is just the start of something special.
Rashad Greene watches some of his breath-taking highlights from 2013 before answering a few of Gene Deckerhoff's questions.
Athletics Director Stan Wilcox thanks the players and fans for making his first six months on the job some of the most memorable of his life.
The players watch one of several highlight videos during the presentation.
Jameis Winston tells the fans that he wasn't going to lose on his birthday, as he describes how the Seminoles converted on that final drive against Auburn.
Saturday 12:00 p.m.| The Start
The trophies are on display on the stage.
Fans show their appreciation with a creative sign.
The cheerleaders lead the coaches and team out of the tunnel.
The assistant coaches are the first to be recognized.
Kelvin Benjamin walks out with Coach Fisher's son Ethan Fisher.
The crowd goes crazy as Jameis Winston is introduced.
Coach Fisher along with his wife Candi and son Trey are introduced to the crowd.
Saturday 10:00 a.m.| The Sod Cemetery
The sod from the Florida, ACC Championship and National Title Games are on display.
The sod from the Rose Bowl - home of the National Championship.
Saturday 9:00 a.m.| Langford Green
The Coaches' Trophy and Heisman Trophy were on display for fans.
Fans could get their picture taken with both trophies.
The line was long, but that didn't stop these fans from having a good time.