Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC. All your crystal football are belong to us.
Johnny Manziel's original sin.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel pleads guilty to one charge of failing to identify himself to the police in the 2012 incident that first brought him to media attention. Manziel was ordered to pay $2,000 fine, $232 in court costs, and a two-day jail sentence that was waived as "time served" after his arrest. (ESPN)
Clay Travis declares Manziel to be "the most scrutinized college athlete ever." For once, Travis may be right. (Outkick the Coverage)
I had the opinion it was out of control.
Manziel is "out-of-control." Because Jay Graves said so. (The Jay Graves Report)
Meanwhile, back in reality...
The elephant in the room.
Vanderbilt reveals the names of four former players dismissed after a possible sex crime currently under police investigation. They are defensive back Brandon Banks, safety Cory Batey, receiver Jaboria...