SHOWTIME will begin a season-long behind the scenes look at the Florida State University football program beginning Tuesday night. The premiere episode of the season-long, all-access documentary series that takes viewers inside the Florida State program like never before.
On Monday night Bucs QB Jameis Winston was in attendance as the Seminoles rallied from 22 points down to defeat the Ole Miss Rebels. In the showtime program, Winston was filmed giving his alma mater a half time pep talk.
Below is a short clip of the speech. You can watch A SEASON WITH FLORIDA STATE FOOTBALL on SHOWTIME at 10 p.m. beginning tonight.
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It’s great that Winston loves his alma matre but it’s time to move on.
I know he has Tuesday’s off but I would much rather prefer seeing him concentrate on Atlanta than on Miss St.
Can’t remember the last time I saw Tom Brady hanging out at Michigan St. when he had a professional game coming up that week,
The same would go for Peyton Manning with Tennessee or just about any other top tier QB.
Put college behind you Jameis except on your bye week.
d, I normally agree with you. But, I have to respectfully disagree here. Tom Brady will be an honorary captain on one of the up coming Michigan games. Peyton was on the sidelines of a Tennessee game last year. There is a recent video of him singing Rocky Top at karaoke. I graduated from Purdue 32 years ago and I still root for them (even though they are hardly a threat to anybody). I think it’s good that Jameis did this. Heck, they came back from 22 points down to win. FSU was just an hour away and he has the next day off, I would of done the same thing. I don’t see this as a problem and I am glad he is loyal.
Yes Michigan, not Michigan State.
C’mon man, you don’t think Jameis is spending ample time on Atlanta? These are probably the only three hours this whole week he won’t be. Players always go back to their colleges. Personally I loved it, and was glad he was there. As a Noles fan, whatever he said worked.
I don’t think Tom Brady will ever hang out at Michigan St. because he went to Michigan.
I do think it’s fine that Jameis was at the FSU game, and I hope it got him fired up for his game on Sunday. Which I don’t know how it couldn’t have. Go Bucs!
Idiot of a college football fan that I am, I thought the game was in Tallahassee, not Orlando so I guess I can give him a bit of a reprieve.
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