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Posted: Thursday, July 18, 2013 12:00 am

HOOVER, Ala. -- Johnny Manziel showed up early.

He was scheduled to do an 8:15 a.m. interview on ESPN Sportscenter, which was to kick off a three-hour journey into the jungle otherwise known as SEC Media Days.

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8 comments:

  • jer2 posted at 11:56 am on Thu, Jul 25, 2013.

    jer2 Posts: 314

    You'll eat those words

     
  • Aggieprof posted at 11:12 am on Sat, Jul 20, 2013.

    Aggieprof Posts: 137

    We can probably all agree that Jonny Manziel is not a real student and that he only takes some light and irrelevant online courses to keep the appearance. And that is ok.

    But I think the University has still a responsibility to educate him, maybe not through classes, but by guiding and mentoring him through that media hype, this 20 year old kid (and this is what he still is....) has trouble to handle on his own. The University profits a lot from him, so why not giving something back. Why no assigning R.C.Slocum the job of mentoring JF, and keeping out him out of trouble?
    So at least Slocum could earn r his outrageous salary....

     
  • nn posted at 7:03 pm on Thu, Jul 18, 2013.

    nn Posts: 252

    I think it is funny, and I cannot wait for the game against Bama. In that game A&M we go under, because the other team will have studied JM's game by then, and JM
    got slow and fat because of that partying all the year.
    Then all Die Hards, who are excusing everything right now, will turn against their idol....I almost feel sorry for Jonny boy...

     
  • Conniemom posted at 5:09 pm on Thu, Jul 18, 2013.

    Conniemom Posts: 26

    Do you really want to know? If so, this is hardly the place to find out. I personally hope that it is a light load so that he can concentrate on football. He can carry a heavy load in the spring.

     
  • Conniemom posted at 5:05 pm on Thu, Jul 18, 2013.

    Conniemom Posts: 26

    You are so "not funny".

     
  • grumpyhome posted at 8:57 am on Thu, Jul 18, 2013.

    grumpyhome Posts: 19

    Johnny, what classes are you taking in the upcoming semester?

     
  • citizen1 posted at 8:19 am on Thu, Jul 18, 2013.

    citizen1 Posts: 257

    I heard that the real reason Loftin is quitting is to become Manziel ’s stand-by personal parole officer.

     
  • rj posted at 7:40 am on Thu, Jul 18, 2013.

    rj Posts: 173

    I wonder if the guys in that picture ever look in the mirror and wonder what went wrong in their lives. I mean, they are falling all over each other to find out more about the lifestyle of a 20-year-old minor league football player. Surely, this isn't what they thought they would be doing as adults.