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- Johnny Manziel reportedly almost transferred from Texas A&M before his 2012 Heisman season
The legend of Johnny Football almost never came to be, at least at Texas A&M. Johnny Manziel almost transferred out of Texas A&M after his arrest last year, after he was initially suspended by the school for the entire 2012 … Continue reading →