NCAA Tributes To Johnny Manziel On National Day Of Kindness


By Vern McRobotface

NEW YORK—In a statement released Wednesday, the NCAA expressed its deepest sympathies for the #MeToo movement, recognizing the former Texas A&M star and Heisman Trophy winner as a symbol of the collegiate men's basketball program’s dedication to the cause of change. “Today is a great occasion for the NCAA to remember Johnny Manziel and extend its deepest, most heartfelt apologies to him for the institution’s decades of neglect,” said NCAA president Mark Emmert, adding that the national day of kindness, which began in January, has already made a difference in the lives of many students from unconventional backgrounds. “We also want to express our gratitude for the NCAA’s support over the past 100 years for providing a safe, sanitary environment in which to thrive in college, and we’re glad to finally be officially joining them.” At press time, Fayetteville, AR was the only city in the country where Johnny Manziel was not a student.

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