>>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.
>>Suspended Notre Dame Players Learn Fate
(South Bend, IN) -- Notre Dame wide receiver DaVaris Daniels says he has played his last game for the Fighting Irish. Daniels took to Twitter to announce he is "done" and that it is time for "bigger things!" Daniels was the team's leading returning receiver entering the season, and was one of five players suspended on August 15th as part of the school's internal investigation into academic misconduct. Irish head coach Brian Kelly says fellow suspended players KeiVarae Russell and Ishaq Williams will sit out the rest of the season, and return next summer. The other two banned players, Kendall Moore and Eilar Hardy, have not had their fate announced.