Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 11/17/14

The college football season is just a couple of days away and Texas A&M is supposed to be on the verge on what could be the schools greatest season ever. But the focus is not on the football, as it remains to be Johnny Manziel and the NCAA investigation into whether or not last year’s Heisman Trophy winner received financial benefits for signing memorabilia. The NCAA turned it up a notch this past weekend, according to a report from ESPN’ Travis Haney. BREAKING: NCAA officials met Sunday with Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, a source familiar with the investigation told me Monday. — Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) August 27, 2013 Source said NCAA investigators questioned Manziel on Sunday for nearly 6 hours. It's unclear whether additional questioning is necessary. — Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) August 27, 2013 It three weeks ago that ESPN first reported the NCAA had begun an investigation in Manziel. The first report stemmed from an incident that took place before the BCS National Championship, where Manziel allegedly signed autographs for memorabilia broker. If Manziel did accept payment, he would be in guilty of NCAA Bylaw — accepting money for promoting or advertising the commercial sale of a [...]

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  • The NCAA is the scourge of college athletics. It is designed to enslave athletes and to insure maximum profit for everyone else on the athletes backs. End the NCAA!!! Now!!

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