The most important ingredient in winning a national title isn’t running the football.
The most important ingredient in winning a national title isn’t stopping the run.
The most important ingredient in winning a national title is having no sense of institutional shame.
A Florida State investigative hearing into whether an alleged sexual assault involving quarterback Jameis Winston violated the student conduct code has been delayed to Dec. 1, a person involved in the process told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday.
The person requested anonymity because specifics of the hearing are to remain confidential.
Whether Winston is found responsible or not for any student conduct code violations, the delay means that decision might not be made until the Seminoles are in the College Football Playoff. FSU’s conduct code says a decision letter will be sent to the student within 10 class days from the conclusion of the hearing but allows for more time “if additional consideration of evidence and deliberation is required.”
The last day for fall semester final exams is Dec. 12 and spring semester classes begin on Jan. 7.
If the hearing concludes on Dec. 5 or later, any decision might not be rendered until after the national championship game. A period of 10 class days from that date would mean a decision would not be due until Jan. 13, one day after the championship game.
But when does FSU’s baseball season start?