While a report of two incidents involving Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston surfaced Wednesday, his lawyer met with the state's attorney to request a decision be made soon on whether charges would be filed in an unrelated alleged sexual assault.
Winston's attorney, Tim Jansen, expressed concern to Willie Meggs' office after it said it could be two weeks or more before a determination is made on whether charges would be filed after an investigation.
Jansen is worried that Winston's Heisman Trophy candidacy could be affected because voters are required by cast their ballots by Dec. 9.
Winston, a leading contender for the Heisman as a redshirt freshman, is being investigated for an alleged sexual assault in December 2012. Jansen maintains that the sex was consensual, but the alleged victim went public with a statement that she was raped.
Meanwhile, another report surfaced Wednesday of two separate incidents that involved Winston.
Police questioned Winston and some of his teammates in November 2012 after windows were broken during a BB gun battle near Doak Campbell Stadium. Then, in July, police was called by an employee at a Burger King who complained of Winston stealing soda.
In each case, Winston was not arrested or charged.
Winston, 19, has led the unbeaten Seminoles to a No. 2 national ranking in his first season as a starter. Florida State (11-0) plays Florida in its regular-season finale on Saturday.
---Cal will play the first college football game in the new Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., next season against Oregon.
The Pac-12 game is scheduled for Friday night, Oct. 24, in the new home of the San Francisco 49ers, which opens next year.
Cal expects to cash in with "a seven-figure dollar increase in incremental net revenue for the athletic department relative to a home game" by moving the game to the new, state-of-the-art venue.
There were reports during the summer that the Golden Bears' annual game against Bay Area rival Stanford would be switched to Levi's Stadium, but many Cal supporters were reported to be opposed to the move.