Reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston will miss one spring football practice due to his commitments for the Florida State Seminoles baseball team.
If you felt a huge gust of wind from the north this morning, it wasn’t a cold front moving in. Instead, it was a huge sigh of relief from the Florida State coaching staff and Seminoles fans.
The Florida State Seminoles received more good news Wednesday, just 48 hours after capturing the BCS national championship.
As much as the Bowl Championship Series was maligned; when the system wrote its final chapter Monday night at the Rose Bowl, it closed the book on an era of college football with one of the best championship games ever.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston led arguably one of the top two-minute drills in college football history Monday night to capture the BCS championship. But a week before the game, Winston’s two-minute drill performance got him kicked out of practice.
Only one team stands between the SEC closing out the BCS era with eight straight national championships, the Florida State Seminoles. FSU will try to dethrone the SEC Monday night by beating the Auburn Tigers in the final BCS National Championship Game.
Even though Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher signed a contract extension with the school, rumors of him leaving to take over Texas persist.
A little more than 24 hours before the Heisman Trophy is set to be handed out; the lawyer for the woman who accused Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston criticized the investigation that ended last week with no charges being filed.
After leading Florida State to the ACC Championship on Saturday, quarterback Jameis Winston looks like he will become the second redshirt freshman in a row to win the Heisman Memorial Trophy.
The fate of Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston is in the hands of State Attorney Willie Meggs who will announce Thursday at 2 p.m. whether he will face criminal charges, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.