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Johnny Football to spend spring break in Cabo

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08:16 AM ET 03.09 | Johnny Manziel, from his twitter account, announced it would be nice to get away for a while as he will spend the break in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Once again, Manziel will be living the life of a rockstar while most of his fans sit back and wish for the life of the most recent Heisman Trophy winner. Not to mention he will be escaping the mostly 70-degree and sunny weather in College Station for highs in the upper 80s in Cabo.

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March 9, 2013  08:17 AM ET

Is there a problem ??????

March 9, 2013  08:37 AM ET

If the kids parents can afford to send him to Cabo, then go to Cabo. What's the big deal?

March 9, 2013  08:50 AM ET

I'm pretty sure a lot of kids in college go on spring break.

March 9, 2013  09:15 AM ET

I'm sure that he'll bring his school books and laptop with him.

March 9, 2013  09:17 AM ET

Toga! Toga! Toga!

March 9, 2013  09:39 AM ET

The drinking age is 18 and weed is plentiful. Might be the first heisman winner to have his trophy revoked before he leaves college.

March 9, 2013  09:43 AM ET

This dude whines about all the media exposure he has gotten since winning the Heisman but yet he has a Twitter account?

March 9, 2013  09:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

This dude whines about all the media exposure he has gotten since winning the Heisman but yet he has a Twitter account?

+1

March 9, 2013  10:55 AM ET

Wow he has guts to go to mexico and putting his life in danger.

March 9, 2013  10:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

+1

May 18, 2013. I'm looking forward to it.

March 9, 2013  11:27 AM ET

Good for JFB. Go tear up some tail South of the border kid!

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March 9, 2013  12:08 PM ET
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Just got back from Cabo a few weeks ago. It's completely safe there.

Except for the waves...elderly lady and her man-friend were swept into the ocean by a wave.

March 9, 2013  01:42 PM ET

While I reserve the right to be wrong, there's something about this kid that makes me think that by the end of his college career his nickname will become something like "Johnny Who?". Not that I wish him ill will or anything but I just think he'll be more show than go and possibly even replaced as the starting QB by TAMU before he's ready to turn pro.

March 9, 2013  01:55 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Is there a problem ??????

Yes. He still shows himself to be a ****. Were this the only indicator, then no prob. However, shall we run through the litany of obnoxious and questionable actions/comments, including the most recent being his attempt to TM "Johnny Football," which actually should belong to Johnny Unitas, if not in TM fashion?

March 9, 2013  02:01 PM ET
QUOTE(#15):

While I reserve the right to be wrong, there's something about this kid that makes me think that by the end of his college career his nickname will become something like "Johnny Who?". Not that I wish him ill will or anything but I just think he'll be more show than go and possibly even replaced as the starting QB by TAMU before he's ready to turn pro.

Have you watched him play FrogFan? Did you see what he did to OU after he won the Heisman? I'd wager right now that he'll have total yardage of at least 4,800 yards next year, provided that he stays healthy. The idea that college players are going to catch up to him is silly. I'm not guaranteeing wins over Alabama and LSU, but 10 wins and stellar individual numbers are virtually guaranteed.

March 9, 2013  02:08 PM ET
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If the kids parents can afford to send him to Cabo, then go to Cabo. What's the big deal?

Because it's JFF. Let the whinefest begin!

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