Jameis Winston might be in the NFL now, but Florida State is still having trouble with their quarterbacks and how they treat women. De’Andre Johnson, who was in contention to take over the starting job this season, has been suspended indefinitely and will probably be kicked out of school now that a video of him punching a girl in the face at a bar has been released.


Johnson (6-foot-1, 177 pounds) is an incoming freshman from Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast High. He enrolled at FSU in January and competed in spring practice.

The school has only confirmed that Johnson was suspended for a violation of athletic department policy, according to the Tallahassee Democrat, and Johnson has yet to be charged with a crime, according to the report on ESPN.com. The woman declined comment and further medical treatment after being treated at the scene.

This was BEFORE the video was released and seen by the public. Things are going to get much worse for Johnson now. In the video released by the State Attorney’s Office, Johnson was at the Tallahassee bar Yiannis when he got into a nasty exchange with a woman at the bar. The woman tried to throw a punch at Johnson but missed, at which point he threw a punch back at her and slammed his fist into her face.

Now I’m not here to bash Johnson because in the video you can see the girl tries to do something to him first but we don’t know what caused her to do that either. Also, Johnson needs to be smarter and realize regardless of the reason he can NEVER do that.