she was examining Manning to see why Manning was having pain in one of his feet and was crouched behind him when “entirely unprovoked, Peyton Manning decided to pull down his shorts and sit on Dr. To get leverage, I took my head out to push him up and off.” Before you downplay it as a he said/she said, let the record show that the track athlete Manning claimed to have mooned wrote the QB a letter in 2002 saying, “you might as well maintain some dignity and admit what happened …
Naughright’s head and face.” As Naughright described it in a deposition entered into the court record: “It was the gluteus maximus, the rectum, the testicles and the area in between the testicles. do the right thing here.” Within hours of the incident, the trainer reported it to the Sexual Assault Crisis Center in Knoxville.
She reached a settlement with the University in 1997 and left Knoxville. In 2001, she was the program director of the Athletic Training Educational Program at Florida Southern College.
In 2002, Manning’s book came out and the “vulgar” label hit the trainer. Manning settled out of court with the trainer in 2003.
Winston won the Heisman Trophy last year, led the Seminoles to the National Championship, and is projected to be a 1st round pick in the 2015 NFL draft, assuming he enters.
He’s also 20 years old, and the idiocy of immature, 20-year old college kids knows no bounds.
Spent a few years as a sportswriter in newspapers, then a few years as a magazine reporter, and freelanced for many outlets before starting The Big Lead in 2006.
But Florida State was right – Winston is an ambassador to the University, one who is regularly on television.
Let’s start here: What Jameis Winston did on Florida State’s campus this week was wrong, for multiple reasons.
He’s easily the most high-profile member of the student body.