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ESPN is reporting that there are more than 2,000 Jameis Winston-signed items on the James Spence Authentication website.

James Spence, the authentication company's owner, told ESPN on Thursday he will not reveal the identity or identities of the customers who submitted the signed Winston items for authentication. Spence also won't verify the number of items because he says his database is not searchable by name.

But Spence does stand by his company's opinion that the signatures are real. Spence also said that no one at his company has any knowledge of whether the clients who submitted the Winston items paid the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback for his signatures.

Spence said that as of noon Thursday, no officials from Florida State had called to inquire how Spence's company authenticated as many signatures as it did. ESPN reported earlier this week that Florida State's compliance department was looking into how so many Winston signatures were submitted to JSA.
Do you think he signed the items for free?
Filed Under: NCAA Football
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AUlove23116 months
Might want to watch your anus making statements like that about jaboo
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ColoradoElkHerd116 months
It take a big scrong right hand to sign that many autographs. Think how many crab legs he can get and actually pay for.
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