>>FSU Investigating Jameis Winston Autograph Signing
(Tallahassee, FL) -- Florida State is investigating whether or not quarterback Jameis [[ JAME-iss ]] Winston signed autographs for money. ESPN.com reports a company has several authenticated Winston signatures. FSU coach Jimbo Fisher says he has approached Winston about the endorsements, and the reigning Heisman winner denied the allegations. The company in question is James Spence Authentication, which is the same group that verified over 500 autographs for Georgia running back Todd Gurley, who is currently serving an indefinite suspension. A cursory search on the company's website found more than 340 certified Winston autographs. Winston was suspended for the Seminoles' victory over Clemson on September 20th for yelling an obscene phrase in the student union. He does not seem to be in danger of missing any games for the autographs.
>>Indiana QB Sudfeld Out For Season
(Bloomington, IN) -- An injured left shoulder will keep Indiana Hoosiers quarterback Nate Sudfeld sidelined for the rest of the season. He separated his non-throwing shoulder midway through the second quarter of Saturday's loss at Iowa. Sudfeld threw for 1,151 yards, six touchdowns and three interceptions for the 3-and-3 Hoosiers. Freshman Chris Covington will start at quarterback for this Saturday's home game against sixth-ranked Michigan State.
>>North Carolina State Football Suspends Seven Players
(Raleigh, NC) -- North Carolina State football is suspending seven of its players for an off-campus incident involving BB guns. Wide receivers Jonathan Alston and Jumichael Ramos, defensive backs Josh Jones and Mike Stevens, linebacker Jerod Fernandez and defensive linemen Justin Jones and Pharoah McKever will all sit out Saturday when the Wolfpack visit Louisville. Details of the BB gun incident have been passed on to the university's Office of Student Conduct. Fernandez leads NC State with 58 tackles, while Alston has 14 receptions for 131 yards and a touchdowns.