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Johnny “Football” Manziel, the freshman Heisman winner was apparently drinking beer in New Orleans for the Super Bowl according to Shot of Ginn. According to SOG: It wouldn’t a Super Bowl if Johnny Manziel wasn’t there partying. Good thing that he was. Here he is drinking with CBS 42 reporter Alex Corddry in New Orleans, in a tweet she has since deleted. Maybe because he isn’t 21 and all. Just another instance of Johnny Football putting on a show for us all. A guy who isn’t 21 years old yet, out drinking with hot chicks, and having his picture all over the internet. Texas A&M has already met with Manziel and told him to calm it down. I guess he didn’t get the memo. HT Shot of Ginn
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