The saga of Johnny Manziel, Johnny Football if you will, has been well chronicled. From almost being suspended before the 2012 season to winning the Heisman Trophy, from the insipid tweets to "oversleeping" at the Manning's quarterback academy, the Texas A&M quarterback has gone on quite the ride.
Johnny Football's latest transgression to come to light may land him in hot water with the NCAA. It has been reported that Manziel received -gasp- monetary compensation for signing memorabilia. Not that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things.
As opposed to stupid tweeting and "oversleeping", generating income from your own fame is against NCAA rules. After the weasels at the NCAA get finished probing this situation, it could be bad news for Texas A&M and Johnny Football. We'll have to wait and see how that all plays out.
We want Manziel to play. He's fun to watch. But apparently he's not very bright. Either that or he has an extreme sense of entitlement. You can only play the "he's just 20 years old" card so many times before it becomes a problematic behavioral flaw.
Given the NCAA's own investigative incompetence in the past, we wouldn't be surprised if they turn up insufficient evidence to suspend Manziel. Until Johnny Football pulls another bone-headed stunt.