Podcast: Johnny Football and the NCAA

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Texas A&M's Heisman-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel has found himself in the middle of a new kerfuffle, this time involving allegations that was selling his autograph for money. That's a big no-no for the NCAA, so we called in NCAA expert John Infante of athleticscholarships.net for a podcast to discuss the in and outs of this kind of investigation, as well as the latest news from the NCAA regarding jersey sales and streamlining its governance.

John and Allen cover:

*What the investigation process is like in these cases;

*The NCAA's potential strategies to compel cooperation from Manziel and his associate "Uncle Nate;"

*What it will take to have Manziel on the field for A&M's first game;

*The possibility of allowing college athletes to profit from their likeness within the realm of amateurism;

*The NCAA's descision to stop selling athletes' jerseys;

*The likelihood of a "D4" split within the NCAA;

*And more.

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