Quoth the Raven...
I remember the pent up fury of the crowd (I can only imagine that of our D) in not being able to corral him, the huge roar when the sack was all but done, and then the drop in volume to nothing when he spun out and found the receiver alone in the end zone.Ok, watched it tonight. Overall, I give it a B+. Manziel was indeed pretty forthright, credit to him for that. I'd chalk him up as the most athletic con man in history. His athletic career was basically just him living out his own personal Ponzi scheme... it was a matter of when, not if, it would come crashing down.
People that came off looking bad... Texas A&M (their admin and staff) for enabling him... the NCAA for showing, yet again, how inept they were/are... and most of all, his dad, who passed his entitlement down to his kid and doesn't have enough sense or self-awareness to know that it is solely his fault that little Johnny was such a fuck up (despite his attempt to blame others).
Also, watching the highlights in his win against Alabama, it is a sober reminder that it seems like more than half the time when Bama loses, it is because of some miraculous glitchy ass play and/or some out-of-body fairy tale performance. I know we all know that, just seems it gets lost in the wake sometimes.