That's probably because he faced similar issues when he was at Oklahoma State, and he was actually suspended by the NCAA. He sounds like he's contradicting himself, but bear with me... he's not.
Basically, what Dez is saying is that he completely disagrees with the NCAA about how they handle situations like Manziel's (and his own). So on one hand, he doesn't want Manziel to be suspended, because he thinks the NCAA is being ridiculous.
On the other hand, Bryant himself was suspended, so he'll be upset if the NCAA isn't consistent with the way they handle different players, at the very least.
Bryant's stance on the big picture issues is pretty clear:
Are there still people (other than the NCAA) who actually still disagree with this? If so, I'd love to hear your justification behind it.
In America, where we pride ourselves on a capitalist economy, if there are people willing to pay for Johnny Manziel's signature, why shouldn't he be able to make money off that? Just like everything else in the world, it's a case of supply and demand. Why should that have anything to do with his college football eligibility?
I'd really love to hear someone explain that to me. Because honestly, it just doesn't make any sense.