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Full Rigor Podcast: Jameis Winston’s True Crimes

Jameis Winston
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston kisses the Heisman Trophy while posing for photographers after winning the trophy, Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, in New York. Winston, 19, is the youngest winner of the trophy and the second straight player to win the prestigious award in his first year of college. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Quarterback Jameis Winston is today vying for NFL MVP as Drew Brees’ replacement in New Orleans. Winston no doubt is a talented football player. He won the Heisman Trophy and led the Florida Seminoles to the National Championship title in 2013…but he also had some run-ins with the law during his college career.

So what were Jameis Winston’s true crimes? Two rape allegations while he was a student on the FSU campus in 2012 and a star quarterback on the Florida State football team? Well, Winston was never charged with rape. He was accused of stealing crab legs from Publix, but were they really stolen? He was arrested for shooting squirrels in the woods but, was that a crime? After careful analysis Karen finds the only crime this embattled sports figure has committed is…find out on Full Rigor.

Episode 118: Jameis Winston's True Crimes