A Heisman Trophy and a national championship weren't enough to deter Jameis Winston from his plans to be a star in two sports.
Winston reiterated Wednesday that he plans to play baseball again this spring in spite of his elevated notoriety after leading Florida State to a 34-31 win over Auburn in the VIZIO BCS National Championship on Monday.
Winston, who was named the winner of the 10th annual Manning Award on Wednesday, said baseball serves as an appropriate distraction as his off-the-field life grows busier.
"It keeps me busy instead of dealing with all the outside stuff and dealing with everything coming my way," Winston said. "I keep playing sports and I've got to keep my grades up, so I won't be focused on any outside things."
Winston played baseball last spring, too, serving as an outfielder and one of the Seminoles' top relief pitchers.
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