Manziel Cleared by NCAA; Suspended for Half of Opener
GAINESVILLE- Texas A&M Quarterback Johnny Manziel has been cleared by the NCAA in relation to allegations saying Manziel took monetary compensation for his autograph.
The NCAA met with Manziel for 6 hours on Sunday and found there was no evidence to prove he had taken money and therefore was cleared for play.
He is still suspended for the first half of the Aggies opener versus Rice.
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