I do not own a Heisman Trophy vote, but if I ever do have the honor of voting for college football’s highest individual honor I am reasonably certain that I will not overreact to a player’s offseason the way one Oregon sports writer has.
Aaron Fentress, who covers Oregon for The Oregonian, feels 2012 Heisman Trophy winner and Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is the new textbook example of why a freshman or frosh should never win the Heisman Trophy. Why?
Johnny Manziel demonstrating why frosh shouldn’t win Heisman, especially those not allowed to conduct interviews. Simply can’t handle it.
— Aaron J. Fentress (@AaronJFentress) July 15, 2013
Oh. Fentress is reacting to the latest Manziel news that reported the Aggies QB was asked to leave the prestigious Manning Passing Academy. We covered this story over on Crystal Ball Run but it was Rumors & Rants that was first to report the development. If you are unfamiliar with the details, I encourage you to check out each of those...