Jameis Winston, FSU QB Suspended

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Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:32 pm

It appears that Jameis Winston, the FSU QB and Heisman Award winner, simply can not stay out of trouble. Is that a surprise to anyone? News reports have him being suspended for the first half against Clemson this Saturday for yelling something in a student union area that was offensive. I guess when you grow up without direction, supervision and consequences, this is what you get. I can only hope that Clemson takes advantage of this and destroys FSU
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Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:54 pm

That is according to the USA Today and the Pensacola News Journal. Today's editions
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Wed Sep 17, 2014 2:03 pm

Yeah, seems he got up on a table and was yelling about a sexual act that included the F word and the P word. Just your good ole college prank in front of mixed company. At least that is the way many are trying to excuse this latest away. You would think this guy would think before some of this crap he does. After all he turned down a Scholarship from STANFORD so he cannot be a dummy.
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Wed Sep 17, 2014 3:00 pm

Well, an Andrew Luck he damn sure is not. He may have been offered a scholarship to Stanford for his playing ability but in the interviews I have seen with him and by his actions off the field, he sounds and acts like a high school freshman and frankly, it is very difficult to even understand what he is saying. He has been nothing but trouble since day one.
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Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:59 pm

Alabama dodged a bullet. Winston playing at Hueytown High School in the Birmingham metro area waited until signing day two years ago on where he wanted to play college football. His decision would be Alabama or Auburn according to all the sports analysts. They were all shocked when he signed with Florida State. So was I.

Winston did Alabama a big favor. Had he signed with Alabama he would have already been kicked off the team for his stealing crab legs in a grocery store this year, and it seems that he may have stolen food at a Burger King. The alleged rape of a Florida State female student with hospital evidence shortly after the rape, police report, witnesses, and DNA proof that the semen from the girl’s vagina was in fact Winston’s seemed to have been swept under the rug. The prosecuting attorney being an alumnus of Florida State and big-time contributor decided not to take the evidence to a grand jury because he said that the sexual intercourse might be consensual.

Maybe Winston was innocent, but a trial by jury should have been held to determine his innocence or guilt. Or maybe after the prosecuting attorney examined all the evidence and he believed that it was a weak case.

QUESTION: How many of you men on this forum think that you would have avoided prosecution in this case had you not been a star football player?

I imagine Nick Saban is real glad that he does not have Winston on the Alabama football team. I’m certainly glad he’s not an Bama player. Winning is important, but not that important if it happens with hoodlums.
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Thu Sep 18, 2014 8:29 am

Again, we go back to, "patterns" here. An isolated case, no big deal unless it violates the law. However, when a person exhibits a pattern of behavior such as this moron's history, there is a dire need to have intervention.

Will Jimbo Fisher intervene for the betterment of his team and University? Not in a million years because this moron brings in millions for the university. The President (of the U), the alums, the fans....would all come unglued if Jimbo Fisher were to either dismiss him or bench him for any length of time. The only thing that could do it would be another Rape charge and with this guy, who knows.

What he needs to do, is spend more time in the class, with a book and in front of a mirror, learning how to speak properly. That ship though may have passed long ago.
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Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:19 am

And what about this possible outcome...A sports guy was talking yesterday and this could possibly set Winston to come in the second half and be the savior. Suppose Clemson is ahead or it is a very close game and FSU has been struggling offensively. Second half this jerk comes in and takes FSU to victory. What lesson will he have learned? What message will this send to others? This "punishment" of sitting part of a game has always seemed like such a lame excuse for appearance sake. Add to this the sad state of affairs in the NFL right now and it appears Winston will become a very wealthy young man in a short time from now. He will fit right in with all going on in the league. What a great country we live in!!!
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Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:32 am

Ain't that the truth Razorback. Here is how the WE THE PEOPLE make a statement.....we don't pay the stupid price to go watch the games. Have a half empty stadium. Until such time as they clean up their house. Will that happen...of course not. Why? TOO MUCH MONEY involved and too many people who don't care about what is going on as long as they can get liquored up tailgating and watch pro football. Same problem we have with politics.
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