Created on Friday, 06 September 2013 Written by MATT HAMMOND
Johnny continues to have problems being good, but college football needs him to behave enough to stay on the field.
There was an enormous amount of teeth gnashing last week when the NCAA “punished” Texas A&M’s returning Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Johnny Manziel with the equivalent of a child being placed in the time-out chair for a few minutes.
ESPN first reported that Manziel signed 4,000 autographs for ticket brokers, but the NCAA said it could not find enough evidence to prove Manziel received money for the autographs. Apparently, out of the goodness of his heart, Johnny wanted to help some autograph brokers make money off his signature without getting a dime for it.
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