What I'm trying to say—and chances are you've already read 100 articles about this—is that Manziel was sent home from the Manning Passing Academy over the weekend, and rumors say that it was because he was ill from living it up at local bars the night before.
ESPN radio host and personality Paul Finebaum hasn't been shy when it comes to critiquing Manziel's offseason charades, recently calling him a "punchline" and that what he's done is "unacceptable."
Once word got out that he came to camp late after oversleeping and then was sent home for dehydration (not to mention pictures surfacing of him going out THAT SAME NIGHT), Finebaum tore into him once again.
"I feel like it's Thursday night again and I'm watching Sharknado," he said on SportsCenter, referring to the new SyFy film. "You can't take your eyes of the screen. It's a train wreck, but it is very compelling, and it's also very disturbing for many reasons.
Finebaum does have some merit to his statement. We forget that this is the same kid that was arrested for underage drinking and fighting at a bar before the 2012 season, and providing the police with a fake I.D. This was when no one knew who Manziel was or who would even be Texas A&M's starting quarterback.
Manziel will have a ton of questions to field this Wednesday at the SEC Media Days, and it's amazing to me how Sumlin is still allowing him to represent the team—he can't even take care of his own identity as the face of college football.
Manziel is expected to speak somewhere around the 10:30 a.m. mark on Wednesday morning—that is, if he's feeling well enough to show up.
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