Here is ESPN's sideline reporter Heather Cox asking Florida State QB Jameis Winston more questions about his rape investigation, than his win over Duke 45-7 in the ACC championship game. Winston was happy about the win, but just couldn't take another question from Cox...

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The title lead it to be that jameis was acting a dick but the guy just clinched a BCSNCG birth and she was wanting to talk about everything but. what a count.
Reply48 months
seems like he was pulled away from the interview by "handlers"
Reply48 months
"Misleading title Larry.. Thought he was the bad guy on reading."

Yep, same shite as always.
Reply48 months
Wow he actually came out looking like the good guy in that situation.

I like how you can hear someone say "You guys said nothing about that, that was cheap" as he's walking away.
Reply48 months
He should have told her "tonight is about this victory-that's all behind us and I'm not commenting on it anymore"
Reply48 months
Well, it's pretty evident Heather Cox thinks he is guilty.
Reply48 months
Misleading title Larry.. Thought he was the bad guy on reading.
Reply48 months
Winston handled that well and with more patience than many would have. Good for him and shame on Heather Cox.
Reply48 months
Good for him? This guy is scum
Reply48 months
Guilty, innocent, whatever -- that was pretty bitchy on her part. Talk about that shite some other time. Shame.
Reply48 months
That's awesome! What a bitch move by Cox
Reply48 months
If i were a rapist i probably wouldnt want to talk about it either.
Reply48 months
I can't tell if you're trying to make a pun with his name or not.
Reply48 months
good for him
Reply48 months
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