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Video: Jameis Winston’s awkward post-game BCS Championship speech


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Heisman winning quarterback Jameis Winston led his Florida State Seminoles to a thrilling, 34-31 win over the Auburn Tigers for the BCS National Championship. Following the game, ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi caught up with Winston to discuss the game. Winston, still riding the high off the game, gave a very awkward speech.

For the game, Winston completed 20-of-35 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns. He also carried the ball 11 times for 26 yards. Just a redshirt freshman, Winston will return next year to try to lead the Noles to a second consecutive championship.

[Thanks to Diehard Sport for the video]

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  • efdsfsf

    Leave the kid alone. He is happy and emotional. He just won a championship. He did not say anything wrong! GOD is the biggest as he said!!

  • sitnsouth

    I didn’t think it was that bad. He could have taken all the credit but he didn’t.

  • shawn

    To me he looked like a kid (remember 19 years old) who was out of breath with a hundred cameras in his face answering questions and trying to recall how a sequence of events went so he could tell the reporter exactly how his team responded. I don’t see this broken English or non speaking of English. If I were caught up in all of that excitement I would have done a lot worse. Stop hating on him!


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