Florida State University is currently probing to see if a considerable amount of Jameis Winston autographs were sold for money.
Even as Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher says he believes quarterback Jameis Winston didn’t sign autographs for money, a source tells ESPN that the university’s athletic compliance department has begun to look into how so many Winston autographs were authenticated by a single company.
Fisher then told reporters he wasn’t concerned that an autograph authentication business, which recently was linked to suspended Georgia running back Todd Gurley, also was linked to Winston.
James Spence Authentication certified more than 500 autographs of Gurley, who is being investigated for allegedly taking money for signings.
Yet even with the notorious reputation of the Heisman Trophy winner, fans are blaming ESPN and others who have reported the story for trying to keep him in boiling hot crab legs water, and protested with fallacious memes.
Run through the slideshow below to see the amount of creativity the Seminole nation used in their outrage.