Did Florida State really expect college football fans to behave on Twitter? FSU hosted a Q&A on Twitter today with the #askJameis hashtag and, well, it didn’t go over as well as they had planned.
— FSU Football (@FSU_Football) August 10, 2014
College football fans had plenty of questions for Jameis Winston. Unfortunately, none of those questions had anything to do with football.
Some fans wanted to know about the upcoming football season, some people wanted to know about Winston’s NFL role models, but most people just wanted to talk about crab legs.
Which sentence do you think you'll complete first, one in English, or one for a crime you've committed? #AskJameis
— Jonathan Roberts (@Ron6108) August 10, 2014
#AskJameis after watching the film, what audible do you think you could have called to counter the Publix defense?
— Monty (@amonteli) August 10, 2014
#AskJameis Considering their lax views on violence towards women, would you prefer to be drafted by Pittsburgh or Baltimore?
— (((John Forsyth)))???????????????? (@blackbear93) August 10, 2014
#AskJameis you have the choice of crab legs and a non-consenting woman.. Which legs do you try to open first?
— Heath H. (@HH4Hunnid) August 10, 2014
— The Real Nilla (@therealnilla) August 10, 2014
What is your favorite piece of literature from the Victorian Era and why? #AskJameis
— Dan (@Real_World_Ging) August 10, 2014
Which group protects you better, FSU offensive line, or Tallahassee PD? #AskJameis
— Chase Vogel (@chase_vogel) August 10, 2014
In case you didn’t know, Jameis was spotted on camera stealing a crab legs from a Publix earlier this year. He’s also been accused of sexual assault.
Florida State made a smart move by not answering the questions live. Instead, they’ll pick a few appropriate questions and pass them on to Jameis tomorrow.
— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) August 10, 2014
FSU may be able to salvage the #AskJameis hashtag with a highly edited article, but we all know what happened.
If your looking for a job at FSU I'm sure there is a PR position available to replace the person who thought #AskJameis was a good idea.
— Mickey Carroll (@mickeycarroll12) August 10, 2014
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