After Todd Gurley, I expected at least another player to get caught, and Winston would have been a safe bet. Unlike Gurley, Winston could see his draft stock take a hit, as the sexual assault allegations from 2012 are being investigated again.
Florida State's compliance department is reportedly investigating why a large amount of memorabilia signed by quarterback Jameis Winston was authenticated by a single company.
ESPN.com is reporting that Florida State is looking into whether Winson was paid for the autographs authenticated by James Spence Authentication, a company that has certified more than 500 Todd Gurley autographs and lists more than 340 certified Winston autographs on its database.
According to the ESPN.com report, Winston told FSU coach Jimbo Fisher after Saturday's game that he did not take money for autographs.
In the wake of Gurley's indefinite suspension and NCAA investigation, Fisher indicated to reporters Saturday that Winston has not, to his knowledge, accepted money for autographs.