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by Larry LeoJanuary 14, 2013
One day after TMZ reported about Johnny Manziel partying in a Oklahoma casino, Texas A&M Athletic Director Eric Hyman had a sitdown with his parents to discuss the star’s recent behavior and what is expected of him, now that he is in the limelight.
“I told them he’s no longer a freshman, and he’s no longer a sophomore, junior or senior,” Hyman said Sunday. “He is a ‘Heisman.’”
“It’s (about) education, and we’ve got to help the family and Johnny with the transition into being a Heisman award winner,” Hyman said. “There are things you have to learn, and we have to help him with that.”
“That’s a special fraternity, but you also have to understand (Manziel) is 20 years old,” Hyman said. “It’s a tremendous responsibility — but it is a responsibility.”
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com
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