Johnny Manziel hasn’t been proven guilty of anything, but the recent reports are already starting to make a big impact.
Alabama at Texas A&M on Sept. 14, one of the most anticipated college football games of the year, is beginning to lose its luster.
With the Aggies possibly being without their Heisman Trophy quarterback after reports that he was allegedly paid to sign autographs, tickets for the top-10 SEC matchup are going back up for sale, according to ESPN business reporter Darren Rovell.
Since the Manziel story broke, the quantity of tickets listed for Bama game is up 21%, a huge #. People starting to hedge bets.