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Johnny Manziel Fires Shot at the NCAA for Using Player Likenesses (TWEETS)
Before he was the NFL’s trainwreck you can’t look away from, Johnny Manziel was a solid college football QB whose career was hindered by a “scandal” which accused him of selling his autographs for money.
He was only suspended for half a game, and many cried foul on the NCAA for trying to keep athletes from using their own likenesses to compete with the league for cash.
Manziel might be on the ropes at this point in his career, but he’s not above calling out the NCAA’s continued hypocrisy when he sees it.
Here’s Jay Bilas’ astute observation:
Doesn’t take the NCAA long to offer up merchandise for sale…kinda looks like player image and likeness, huh? Congrats and cha-ching! pic.twitter.com/OU7T9qNd2C
— Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) April 4, 2017
And Johnny Football’s response:
The worst https://t.co/JaqtzftvXJ
— Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) April 4, 2017
Just because he’s Johnny Manziel, doesn’t mean he’s wrong, folks.