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FSU’s Chris Casher Responds To USA Today’s Story About He And Jameis Winston Being Held At Gunpoint By Police: “They Can Kiss My Ass”

Florida State football, specifically quarterback Jameis Winston, just can’t stay out of the headlines… for better or worse. Today’s big story comes from USA Today, which reports that Winston and teammate Chris Casher were stopped at gunpoint near campus after being spotted with a pellet gun. About five hours before Jameis Winston was involved in a BB gun “battle” that...
Via College Spun
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jameis Winston stopped by police at gunpoint in 2012 incident

About five hours before Jameis Winston was involved in a BB gun "battle" that damaged the apartment complex where he lived in 2012, the Florida State quarterback was stopped by campus police at gunpoint and handcuffed for carrying a pellet gun on campus that he said he was using to shoot at squirrels. Winston and teammate Chris Casher were briefly detained by FSU police...
Via Pro Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jameis Winston Was Stopped at Gunpoint For Killing Squirrels in 2012

Jameis has had his share of issues with the law. From the silly (stealing soda from Burger King) to the serious (a rape allegation), so what happened back in 2012 shouldn’t come as a surprise. Here are the details via USA Today. About five hours before Jameis Winston was involved in a BB gun “battle” that damaged the apartment complex where he lived in 2012, the Florida State...
Via BlackSportsOnline
1 day ago  |  Discuss

FSU clears Ronald Darby in alleged rape case

One football teammate of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was found not responsible by the school for two code of conduct violations related to a December 2012 sexual encounter between Winston and a woman who alleged it was rape. A Florida State hearing panel found Ronald Darby not responsible, said Tico Gimbel, his attorney. Another teammate, Chris Casher, was found responsible...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

FSU's Chris Casher, Ronald Darby remain enrolled, on team after hearing

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- A Florida State spokesman has confirmed that football players Chris Casher and Ronald Darby are still enrolled and on the team after a discipline board ruled on charges of violations of the school's Code of Conduct. The two faced charges after they told police they witnessed sex between quarterback Jameis Winston and a woman who accused him of raping her...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Florida State players meet with disciplinary board

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida State football players Chris Casher and Ronald Darby have met with a university discipline board after being charged with violations of the school's Code of Conduct. The two faced charges Tuesday after they told police they witnessed sex between quarterback Jameis Winston and a woman who accused him of raping her in December 2012. Casher told...
Via Fox Sports Florida
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Jameis Winston’s Teammates Face Expulsion Over Filming His Sex Tape

Jameis was the one who was accused of rape, but in the end it looks like it will be his teammates who will suffer the most. The conduct of Chris Casher and Ronald Darby during and after the alleged rape has come under scrutiny from the university and they are looking at expulsion. Jameis, his accuser, Darby and Casher will all speak at a disciplinary hearing. Here are the details...
Via BlackSportsOnline
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Jameis Winston accuser’s lawyer: FSU teammate destroyed evidence

The Florida state attorney’s office did not find enough evidence to file charges against Jameis Winston after he was accused of raping a 19-year-old woman, but that does not mean the Florida State quarterback is totally out of the woods. The case could, in theory, be reopened at some point if new information is obtained. […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Chris Casher affidavit: Jameis Winston accuser was ‘more than willing participant’

The signed affidavits from witnesses Chris Casher and Ronald Darby heavily support the notion that Jameis Winston did not sexually assault his accuser. Casher, a defensive end on the Florida State football team, and Darby, a defensive back, both provided signed affidavits declaring their side of what they saw the night the woman says she […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Florida State Football: Defense Rises to the Occasion vs. Terps

Maryland finished with just 33 yards rushing against the Seminoles on Saturday. (AP Photo/Steve Cannon) Rumors of Florida State’s demise defensively are greatly exaggerated Coming off of a dismal defensive effort against Boston College, many were left to wonder if Saturday’s date with 25th-ranked Maryland would serve as a major stumbling block for Florida State. The Seminoles...
Via isportsweb.com
October 07, 2013  |  Discuss
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