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Oregon Players To Be Punished For Chanting 'No Means No' At Jameis Winston, Florida's QB Who Was Formerly Accused Of Rape

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Some of the Oregon Ducks & fans are being pegged as sore WINNERS after Oregon beat Florida State (FSU) in the New Year's Day Rose Bowl game.

To taunt Florida's QB Jameis Winston, Ducks fans AND players were apparently chanting "No means no," throughout the game, whenever Winston's name came up.

Winston was accused of rape by a fellow student in 2012 but faced no criminal charges.

[ Related: WHO Also Claims Bill Cosby Sexually Assaulted Her?? ]

So Oregon players hijacked FSU's Seminole "war chant" and did the "tomahawk chop" singing "no means no."

Regardless of the intention, the move has been seen as trivializing sexual assault, regardless of the people who are trying to defend the chant. Like this tweet:

Doesn't matter that the words are all about a woman's inalienable right to choose, because they weren't really using them that way: they were using a very real situation against a fellow player — for the sake of sports, not for the sake of victims.

After a Vine of Ducks players doing the chant and chop went viral, Oregon's coach Mark Helfrich said:

"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."

Do YOU think they deserve to be punished?

Check out the video (below) to hear the chant in action and sound off in the comments!

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7 comments to “Oregon Players To Be Punished For Chanting 'No Means No' At Jameis Winston, Florida's QB Who Was Formerly Accused Of Rape”

  1. bnietzsche says – reply to this


    nice ass

  2. DM says – reply to this


    Men can't win. Here a group has decided this is a good way to show they don't like rape or that rapist. Still, they are condemned for their style of communication. Do we want change or not?

  3. syd3 says – reply to this


    Those in and out of my household watching the game/hearing the chant were/are appreciative of the war chant 'mutation.' It should stand as a potent reminder to those in positions of power (e.g., police/university/coaches) that not all avenues of expression can be hushed up with respect to crime victims. No … means … nooo … o … oooo.

  4. Avery says – reply to this


    As a Oregon fan I am extremely disappointed in the players that did this. However, there only a few that did. These players are going to punished by the university and it is said that each of them are going to apologize for the chant. I also don't know if they actually knew what they were doing. This is no excuse, but adrenaline kicked in. They should have controlled themselves and not have pulled what I see as a Richard Sherman. "Look up Sherman and crabtree for that video." However,they did come off a high win. Still no excuse though

  5. SP says – reply to this


    Most of these people probably don't even care about the victim and care more about mocking the rival team. Nonetheless voices raised against a serious issue should not be silenced and if this player is indeed guilty, justice needs to be served.

  6. Squish says – reply to this


    The girl made up the rape story and has changed it 7 times. It is very easy fir a girl to cry rape or pregnant against a guy and ruin his world, it happens all the time. This girl was not raped and it has been proven. So for players to do that against another player, that has gone to far, those players in no wY where promoting a positive message.

  7. Sharon says – reply to this


    Geez people he was ACCUSED …lack of class by all the fans and players that sank to this level on national TV.