Take a bow, Alex Atkins.

Florida State’s offense was marching along rather slowly on its second drive of the game when Atkins dialed up a trick play.

On the 14th play of the drive, Atkins called for a reverse flea flicker — and it worked to perfection. Quarterback Jordan Travis fired a strike into the end zone for Ontaria Wilson, who caught the ball despite defensive pass interference.

Here’s the play, which went for 39 yards:

That score gave Florida State its first lead of the game. LSU picked up a field goal on its opening drive of the game, but punted on its next offensive possession.

Atkins took over as Florida State’s offensive coordinator this offseason after Kenny Dillingham left for the Oregon OC job. Atkins previously served as FSU’s offensive line coach and still leads that unit.

Florida State was a 4-point underdog coming into this game.