Found December 24, 2013 on
Today, schools across the country are releasing cool holiday videos in which athletes sing Christmas carols, thank fans, and simply looking to spread a bit of holiday cheer. Add Florida State to the list, although the Seminoles decided that instead of singing, they’d recount their favorite holiday memories — specifically, they talked about the best gifts that they’ve ever received.
Of course, Jameis Winston stole the show. The Heisman winner talked about a bike he received when he was eight years old, and how he was so excited to ride it that he didn’t listen to his parents when they told him that he wasn’t allowed to ride it yet (he had just had surgery to turn his outie belly button into an innie — you can’t make this stuff up) — he just took off out of the front door. The excitement in his voice as he tells the story is great:
BEST OF MAXIM
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is The Associated Press player of the year.
It's the latest honor in a cadre of postseason accolades for the redshirt freshman. He won the Heisman Trophy, was named the Walter Camp national player of the year, the Davey O'Brien quarterback of the year and the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year.
Winston was a landslide winner...
Jameis Winston has added yet another award to his growing collection. On Tuesday, the Associated Press named the Florida State quarterback as the college football player of the year.
Winston already won the Heisman Trophy and was named the Walter Camp national player of the year, the Davey O'Brien quarterback of the year and the ACC player of the year.
In the AP player of the...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- There were plenty of times in the 2010 season when Jimbo Fisher's frustration was visible, the steam building inside over the struggles of reshaping Florida State's football program.
In November 2010, Florida State's promising 6-1 start began to turn very ugly. There were back-to-back losses, first at North Carolina State on a goal-line fumble in...
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has been honored as the AP player of the year.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Winter of Winston continues for Florida State’s redshirt freshman quarterback.
Jameis Winston is The Associated Press national player of the year, adding to his cadre of postseason accolades. He’s this year’s Heisman Trophy winner, the Walter Camp national player of the year, the Davey O’Brien quarterback of the year and the Atlantic Coast Conference...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Seminole football fans should send a thank you note to Florida State's baseball program.
If not for coach Mike Martin Sr. and one of his assistants, Mike Martin Jr., Winston -- a two-sport athlete -- might not be preparing to lead the No.1-ranked Seminoles against No. 2 Auburn in the BCS championship game Jan. 6 with the opportunity to bring a third...
Colin sat on his living room’s tacky cheetah print rug with his family on a nice Christmas morning, opening his presents just like any young boy would. What could it be, he wondered? His Affordable Healthcare Act card? $10 in stamps from grandma? Perhaps a coupon for a free side at Fuddruckers.
Oh no, on this special morning he got something a little bit better: TICKETS TO THE...
Duke is facing quite a one-two punch to end its breakout season.
The 22nd-ranked Blue Devils struggled against eventual Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston and No. 1 Florida State in the ACC title game.
Now they must find a way to stop last year's Heisman winner, Johnny Manziel, and No. 20 Texas A&M (8-4) in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on New Year's Eve in what is expected...
All those teams out there salivating over the prospect of drafting Heisman Trophy winner and Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston might want to do some research on how to deal with a two sports star in the professional ranks.
Winston has made it clear that he plans to play baseball and football as a pro. According to the New York Post, Winston has dreams and ideas of being...
Syracuse had a monumental task to try to compete with Florida State on the road. That task proved too difficult as they were blown out 59-3.
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