The Florida State Seminoles are back at work for the first of 15 scheduled practices ahead of the BCS National Championship game against the Auburn Tigers on January 6.
The last steps to the BCS championship game summed up their seasons. For No. 1 Florida State, it was a breeze. For Auburn, it took the unexpected.
The prosecutor investigating sexual assault allegations against Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston said he wont let football dictate when he will wrap up his inquiry and wants the process to be “thorough.”
The Florida State Seminoles may as well be named the Steamrollers as they play out there schedule. The Noles put any distractions aside on Saturday and blew out Syracuse and that could be a trend over the Noles’ final three games of the season.
Prosecutors are setting up an interview with the victim in the investigation of an alleged sexual assault tied to Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston that was reported nearly a year ago. They expect to close the investigation in a few weeks.
Jameis Winston showed no effects from a tumultuous week during No. 2 Florida State’s 59-3 win against Syracuse on Saturday. The redshirt quarterback completed 19-of-21 passes for 277 yards and two touchdowns as the Seminoles rolled during the Atlantic Coast Conference game.
Florida State’s starting quarterback, Jameis Winston, is reportedly the focus of a sexual battery investigation.
No. 3 Florida State finally discovered a defense that can cool off Jameis Winston and the Seminoles’ high-powered offense.
Throw out the records and get ready for a rivalry game that harkens back to the heyday of the 1990’s as Florida State and Miami are set for a Top 10 match-up Saturday night at Doak Campbell Stadium.
Ever since Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was in high school, he’s been playing at a level few athletes ever get to see in their career. The fabulous redshirt freshman quarterback has put up dazzling numbers, but what is often missed by average fans is the preciseness of his footwork and how polished he is fundamentally.