This tweet from Mark May to Johnny Manziel set Aggies off on Twitter and message boards. Relations between Aggies and Mark May were already soured after he said things like "if they go to the SEC, they're gonna be at the bottom of the SEC, maybe one step ahead of Ole Miss," during conference realignment. Mark May was, of course, wrong and we included him in our 2012 Media Crow Eating Tour.
Mark May also has a history of being terrible at Twitter, but in June tweeted advice to Johnny after the "can't wait to leave College Station" incident.
Just after Mark May tweeted about Manziel shaming the game, a poster named DRE06 on TexAgs dug up a story that Mark May was arrested in 1979. Here is an article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette dated January 29, 1979. As you can see, Mark May was arrested for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, terroristic threats, and inciting a riot. That's quite a list of allegations! Racking up five charges in a single incident is no small feat and certainly surpasses anything Johnny Manziel has done. At the time of the arrest, May was a sophomore offensive lineman at Pitt.
a person who learned from his mistakes.
He's giving advice, something that comes best with experience.
Or, like I said, a person who learned from his mistakes.