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Johnny Manziel Tweets He Can’t Wait to Leave Texas A&M

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, June 16th, 2013
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Johnny Football still hasn’t quite grasp the concept that he is a celebrity and while he should be able to do whatever he wants, it doesn’t quite work like that when you are always under the spotlight.

When you are in that spotlight, everything you do will be dissected.

Not sure what got him all worked up, but Twitter is not the right place to voice those frustrations.

Johnny Manziel Tweet

The Tweet has already been deleted and he probably use the hack excuse, but he needs to understand he isn’t just one of the guys anymore.   He has to think of it like he is getting his Miranda rights read anytime he steps outside of his house or before he Tweets.

“You have the right to remain silence, anything you say or do can be used against you”

Manziel tried to clean it up his mistake.

No one wants to hear that, because I am sure there is a lot worse shoes to be in than Johnny Manziel’s shoes

There is a ton of pressure on Manziel this season.  If he falters in any way, the media and fans will be quick to remind him of everything he has done in the off-season.  Is that fair?  Maybe, maybe not, but when you are the Heisman Trophy winner, it is what you have to deal with and the quicker Manziel figures that out, the quicker he can deal with the BS.

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  1. Phil Dawsons dick says:

    fuck them

  2. Keith Williams says:

    Don’t fret Johnny, you don’t have long to wait. Alabama will run you out of College Station in September. Roll Tide!!

  3. Jack Rail says:

    Who taught this person to write? He repeatedly makes grade-school mistakes.

  4. Brett says:

    Yeah walk in the shoes of the Heisman winner, and future top 5 pick, must be rough. I would much rather be a homeless man, or maybe somebody who is completely bankrupt, but definitely not Manziel.

  5. george perkins says:

    Right to remain silence? Where did the writer go to school? Inner city Chicago?

  6. george perkins says:

    Oh I just noticed the name of the site. Guess I should have axed.

  7. Donald Flippin says:

    Someone needs to do their homework before misreporting:
    “College Station” is a town/city in Texas. Texas A&M is
    located at College Station. Because one does not like
    College Station, Texas, and wants to leave that town be-
    hind does not mean that one wants to depart from Texas A&M.
    The two are not the same. The quarterback for the Univer-
    sity of Texas may hate Austin because it’s filled with per-
    verts and liberals, but that doesn’t mean he not a tried and
    true, burnt orange Texas Longhorn, it would just mean that he
    has the same opinion of Austin as I do!
    Get a life!

  8. Alan Hermann says:

    We We need to remember that he is just twenty years old. He has
    done quite well in that he has not brought shame to our University. He has had a very positive attitude as far as accomadating
    f fans who rush him for autographs and pictures. We need to forgive and forget. Tomorrow is a new day and God’s mercy is new every morning ! Love and pray for Johnny! He is a young man and we don’t know what happened.

  9. Kal Cantwell says:

    That’s okay Johnny, once you leave A & M, if you even make it to the NFL, you’ll be lucky if anyone recognizes you.

  10. Bo McElya says:

    Robert you run a very good site so phuck these haters who worry more about the grammar than the story. This ol’ white boy likes what he reads and don’t give a schit about grammar as long as the story is solid!

  11. If they’re sam khan jr going to Aggie football.

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