Found September 14, 2013 on
T.J. Yeldon knows how big this game is.
Alabama leads Texas A&M 28-14 at the half, and Yeldon capped off the first half with this touchdown run, followed by the mock of Johnny Manziel’s “money” celebration.
This second half is going to be amazing.
BEST OF MAXIM
After scoring a touchdown to go ahead 28-14, Crimson Tide running back TJ Yeldon did the Johnny Football money sign and then followed it up with a throat slash. The play obviously got him a 15-yard personal foul, which I’m sure Nick Saban was thrilled about. Alabama has taken control of the game after Texas A&M jumped out to an early lead.
T.J. Yeldon has been trying to prove some kind of point all day. It started when, after a touchdown run in the first half of Alabama's 49-42 win at Texas A&M on Saturday, Yeldon mimmicked Manziel's "money fingers" gesture and then did a double throat slash move.
The throat slash, of course, has been flagged as a personal foul practically every time it has happened...
Alabama tailback T.J. Yeldon apologized for actions that drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the Texas A&M game.
Yeldon made a money sign and a double throat-slashing gesture toward the stands after running for a 4-yard touchdown in the top-ranked Crimson Tide's 49-42 victory.
Yeldon did not speak to the media on Monday but issued a statement through media relations...
Alabama running back TJ Yeldon received a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for mocking Johnny Manziel’s hand gesture and doing a double-throat slash after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of the Crimson Tide’s game against Texas A&M on Saturday. Yeldon polished off an impressive 11-play, 93-yard by the Tide with a 4-yard TD run […]
Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon has issued a written apology for his combination of mocking Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel's infamous "money" gesture with a classic throat slash during The Crimson Tide's win over Texas A&M on Saturday.
"I want to apologize to everyone for my selfish actions on Saturday,"
Yeldon said in the release...
Alabama running back and leading rusher T.J. Yeldon increased the Crimson Tide lead to 14 just before halftime in the “game of the century” on Saturday, and the star sophomore mocked/parodied/responded to the showboating of Johnny Manziel in the endzone, doing his own version of Manziel’s “show me the money” gesture.
Manziel has been doing that for over a year- it’s not...
Alabama RB T.J. Yeldon's touchdown celebration first did Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel's "money" and followed it up with a two-handed throat slash.
Alabama and Texas A&M are in a battle right now with Bama being up 28-14 at half after being down 14-0. RB TJ Yeldon scored from short yardage to give them the 14 point lead and decided to do a little “Money Manziel” celebration.
Too bad that double throat slash cost them 15 yards and got him and earful from Nick Saban.
T.J. Yeldon making money gesture. Photo via Larry Brown Sports.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban wasn't at all too amused with the way Crimson Tide running back T.J. Yeldon celebrated a late-second period touchown against Texas A&M on Saturday. He was probably even less amused with the unsportsmanlike conduct penalty Yeldon got for making it.
Alabama Crimson Tide running back T.J. Yeldon has officially apologized for his throat-slashing gesture after scoring a touchdown against Texas A&M.
Week three’s in the books. T.J Yeldon is serving notice that Johnny Football is dead and the Tide are back to defend their crown. THE CHAMP IS HERE INDEED. In the biggest game of the week we got a complete shootout and Bama went to College Station and revenged last year’s loss. As a result SPOILER: K.M and I will vote them #1 in the country as we have each week and as we will...
Texas A&M got off to a fast start against Alabama with 14 quick points, but than Alabama fired back with 28 unanswered points to take a 28-14 lead. The fourth touchdown came off a 4-yard run by T.J. Yeldon on a drive that started after a Johnny Manziel interception.
Following the touchdown Yeldon gave A&M a reason to get fired up by mocking their quarterback.
From USA Today: “I want to apologize to everyone for my selfish actions on Saturday. That is not the way I want to represent myself, my family and our team. That is not the way we do things at Alabama. This is something that I will learn from, and I will use better judgment in the future,” Yeldon said in the release.”
Get ready for ‘Johnny Cam’, a CBS camera...