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Discussion in 'NCAA' started by VanderbiltJets, Nov 20, 2013.
yet he is ok to play while the NCAA keeps PJ hairston and leslie McDonald in limbo.
Steelers should draft him. He could use Big Ben as a mentor.
Sucks for him heismen reject
Infamous Jameis, pretty good. not as good as Rapelisberger though.
Please, football won't let a little thing like a sexual assault get in the way. Pretty obvious with the way the police mishandled the case that there was no attempt to tarnish his image or football's image.
Shoplifting $32 worth of crab legs? Jameis what are you thinking?
He forgot butter.
Unfreakinbelievable - guess he couldn't afford to eat. have a feeling somehow this gets latched onto the potential union discussion.
If I were Publix (first I'd change the frickin name of my store) I'd say hand over the Heisman and we'll call it even.
This kid is something else. He knows the entire world is watching him and looking for any way to destroy him, yet he finds himself stealing crab legs, stealing sweet tea from McDonald's, and getting in the middle of a baseball brawl.
As a graduate of FSU, my opinion is that he is a moron! An absolute moron.
As far as the crab legs go, what's the big deal? I know for a fact that if you rip off crab legs, they grow them back.
As for the crawfish: et toufee Jameis?
"Jameis is going to walk on these charges. Sideways, but he'll walk."
I hadn't heard about the tea at McDonald's. Nice character that kid has. Talk about self-destructive. Unbelievable. Sounds like he has a sense of entitlement or is just a very athletically-gifted low life. Guess his athleticism didn't do him any good in avoiding getting caught/arrested. When he winds up in prison, maybe it'll help him avoid becoming someone's beeyotch. lol
Lol, Jameis Winston, Heisman winner, National Champion, can afford to eat. The kid is just a moron.
I wonder how many millions of dollars those $30 worth of crab legs are going to cost him. He didn't pay for them at the store but he will be paying for them ever day from here on out.