Tag Archives: Johnny Football

College Football – Advice to Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel – Lie Your Ass Off
August 27, 2013

by Kent Sterling There is nothing morally wrong with lying to avoid the consequence of breaking a bad rule.  That may be shaky ground, but Johnny Manziel answering questions of the NCAA at this point is a lot like Colonel Hogan facing questions from Commandant Klink on “Hogan’s Heroes.”  You do what you have to. […]

Johnny Manziel Believes Negative Press Due to Jealousy – Needs to Stop Talking
August 2, 2013

by Kent Sterling It’s hard to fathom that Johnny Manziel believes what comes out of his own mouth, but he seemed pretty sure of himself in comments to Sports Illustrated yesterday. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter “I probably rubbed people the wrong way in some cases, but at the end of the day, […]

Johnny Manziel – Fame or Normal Is the Choice, But Good Fame/Bad Fame Isn’t
July 17, 2013

by Kent Sterling Johnny Manziel got famous before he was ready for the bad parts of it.  Adulation is not always chosen or well-timed, and sometimes ruins people.  Regardless of whether he sipped lemonade or shot Wild Turkey Friday night before being dismissed from the Manning Passing Academy, Manziel has dealt with fame on roughly […]

Johnny Manziel Is a Victim of His Own Irresponsibility, Not the Media’s Lust
July 16, 2013

by Kent Sterling There are smart ways and places to indulge in irresponsible behavior, and then there is the way Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel has done it again and again. Whether or not Manziel was kicked out of the Manning Passing Academy for being too hungover, or whether he was dehydrated and left on […]