Florida State fans take to Facebook in hopes of organizing ‘GameDay’ boycott

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Florida State fans have decided that quarterback Jameis Winston isn’t to blame for stealing crab legs, being investigated for rape, bellowing an inappropriate phrase on campus, and signing hundreds of authenticated autographs that are for sale online.

Nope, it’s all ESPN’s fault.

To protest the network’s coverage of Jameis Winston’s stupid decisions, hundreds of Seminole fans are pledging not to show up for ESPN’s “College Gameday” this weekend.

The Boycott ESPN fan page blares its mission statement — in all caps of course:  

I AM SO SICK AND TIRED OF THE ESECPN SEC BIAS AND IT NEEDS TO STOP. WHY SHOULD WE SHOW ESPN COLLEGE GAMEDAY ANY RESPECT WHEN THEY SHOW US NONE

This takes blame shifting to another level. It pains me to admit, but Seminole fans have now passed Kentucky fans to become the second dumbest fan base in America. Look out, ‘Bama fans, they’re aiming for your crown.

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.

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