Johnny Football stopped by the University of Texas last night and decided to attend a polite fraternal gathering of academic peers. Unfortunately, they were not as welcoming has he had hoped. Manziel was thrown out of this fraternity party "quickly and harshly."
Manziel is no stranger to UT, as it was one of the schools that he was interested in attending had he been offered a scholarship. Unfortunately, for both parties, he was not offered and now shines as a student athlete at the Agricultural and Mechanical Department. That doesn't mean that he isn't still a fan. Here is Manziel flashing the Horns at a concert last spring.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Johnny Manziel this weekend in downtown Austin. Looks like we took the only thing Aggies had to love. <a href="http://t.co/Bg5v7fwC">pic.twitter.com/Bg5v7fwC</a></p>— UT News (@FakeUTexas) <a href="https://twitter.com/FakeUTexas/statuses/297859097053761537">February 3, 2013</a></blockquote>
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This is video of the Longhorns politely asking JFF to leave last night.
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Manziel, who less than two weeks ago was reportedly sent home from the Manning football camp for sleeping through multiple mandatory meetings, returned to his central Texas home where his father said he was recovering from "severe dehydration." Only a week later, he was bombarded with a number of questions about his personal life and behavior at the SEC media days. The Heisman trophy winner has hidden behind the "I'm only twenty years old" excuse for a while now and the public, including some Aggie fans, have grown weary of his antics. This incident was small and isolated, but it appears that there is very little that can stop Johnny Manziel, both on and off the field.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>A keystone light?! C'mon! You're Johnmy Freaking Football! Step up your game. <a href="http://t.co/QQ2i92eNsJ">pic.twitter.com/QQ2i92eNsJ</a></p>— Curry Shoff (@CurryShoff) <a href="https://twitter.com/CurryShoff/statuses/361194070296645632">July 27, 2013</a></blockquote>
My source also told me that David Ash is welcome to attend any future events at the fraternity.