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Report: Florida State Has Postponed Jameis Winston's Student Conduct Hearing To Dec. 1

Florida State's investigative hearing centered on an alleged sexual assault involving quarterback Jameis Winston has been delayed until Dec. 1, according to multiple reports.

The hearing, originally scheduled for the week of Nov. 17, will attempt to find out if the Heisman-winning Seminole violated the student conduct code. 

">November 12, 2014

">November 12, 2014

The hearing was postponed following a conference call this afternoon, according to USA Today's Rachel Axon. 

David Cornwell, Winston's attorney, sent a letter to the former FSU female student who said Winston raped her, and the school, on Nov. 6, requesting a delay. The female student first reported the allegation to campus police on Dec. 7, 2012. 

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">November 12, 2014

This means that it is likely that no decision will be made until Florida State's season is over. The College Football Playoff's championship game is Jan. 12, 2015. The Seminoles are ranked No. 3 in the selection committee's most recent rankings, which were released Tuesday night.