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#AskJameis, What Could Go Wrong?

Florida State thought it would be a good idea to open up Jameis Winston to take questions from the public. It did't go so well.

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Oklahoma State and Florida State are set for their showdown in the Cowboys Classic on August 30th. The defending National Champions are heavily favored against the Cowboys thanks in part by their sophomore QB, Jameis Winston.  So while the Pokes are busy preparing to shock the world, FSU decided to make Winston available to take some questions. In a very public way.

The reigning Heisman winner has been dominant on the field, but he's had a few questionable off the field incidents. So what could go wrong?

It instantly went viral. At one point responses were coming in at almost 300 tweets a minute.

A few of the questions were innocent enough.

It turned almost immediately though, and went about as well as one would expect.

Shots were taken at Winston's loose grasp of the English language.

Then the inevitable. It went from bad to worse.

The vast majority of tweets referenced crimes Winston allegedly committed, but was never arrested or charged for.

Pretty much.

Too late.

The Florida State staff be like

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