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ESPN is reporting that Florida State's compliance department is looking into whether quarterback Jameis Winston signed more than 340 items for the same autograph authentication company linked to suspended Georgia running back Todd Gurley.

ESPN has learned that after the team's 38-20 win against Syracuse Saturday, Fisher approached Winston and asked him if he signed autographs for money. Winston told Fisher, according to the source, that he did not.

Fisher then told reporters he wasn't concerned that an autograph authentication business, which recently was linked to suspended Georgia running back Todd Gurley, also was linked to Winston.

James Spence Authentication certified more than 500 autographs of Gurley, who is being investigated for allegedly taking money for signings.

A cursory search on JSA's website found more than 340 certified Winston autographs.
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rambeau504114 months
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TexasTiger89114 months
The hits just keep on coming for Famous Jameis
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cwil177114 months
The NCAA couldn't get him for rape, but I'm sure this will be at the top of their priority list.
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