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Oregon Mocks Jameis Winston With Ugly ‘No Means No’ Chant

Oregon put the clamps down on Florida State by dominating the Seminoles in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day, but it’s what happened after the game that has people talking.

After the game, several Ducks players took part in a “No means no!” chant set to the FSU tomahawk chant. It was most likely in reference to ‘Noles quarterback Jameis Winston, who was accused of sexual assault in 2012, but never charged and cleared by the school.

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich got wind of what happened and none too pleased, saying, “We are aware of the inappropriate behavior in the postgame. This is not what our programs stand for, and the student-athletes will be disciplined internally.”

Considering the Ducks will next play for the national championship, it’s highly unlikely any suspensions will be handed down, so it will be interesting to see what punishments the players will face.

Get another look at the incident below.

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