Manziel case shows coaches how much more access there is to trouble
Thu Aug 8, 2013
At the center of the Manziel case is one of his childhood buddies, Nate Fitch, whose Twitter feed is littered with photos of living it up on the road with the Texas A&M quarterback. According to Outside the Lines, an autograph broker alleged that Fitch said that Manziel would no longer autograph items for the broker free of charge. Fitch, the broker claimed, wanted payment for Manziel to sign more memorabilia.
Share: Facebook | Twitter | Email
Related: Other News
Recent ACC & NCAA News:Michael Porter Jr. to have surgery, will likely miss rest of season, Mizzou announcesTuesday November 21, 2017Examining the ACC’s graduation success ratesMonday November 20, 2017Georgia Dome comes crumbling downMonday November 20, 2017NCAA staff members may be called in as witnesses in college basketball fraud caseSaturday November 18, 2017Judge approves $200 million settlement in NCAA scholarship lawsuitFriday November 17, 2017