Right after leading his team past Auburn in the BCS National Championship Game, winning MVP honors in the process, a championship-hat-wearing Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was interviewed on ESPN as the man of the hour.

It wasn’t what Winston said but rather how he said it, it seems, that led Dee Dee McCarron, the mother of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, to ask in a tweet she quickly deleted, “Am I listening to English?”

One postgame question asked Winston what he and coach Jimbo Fisher said to each other in a post-win embrace…

“We champions,” Winston said. “We can share that. We are champions together. And through everything that we went through. Through all the haters. Through every single thing, we came out victorious. God did this. I’m so blessed. He’s so blessed. All the stuff that he handled with Ethan (Fisher, the coach’s son) and he come out here and coach us? That touched me. And it’s nobody but God. It’s nobody.”

Dee Dee McCarron later returned to her Twitter account to apologize…LeBron James & Reggie Bush showed their support for Winston…

Watch the interview and tell us what you think…

via BMS

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