Johnny Manziel Does Work In Scooby Doo Costume

Yesterday we had the OKTC Halloween costume contest.

Today, well, today Johnny Football would have been in the running for best costume.

Certainly, that is, if my four and two year old Scooby Doo obsessed kids could vote. (This morning, and I'm not joking, my boys got into an argument over who gets to dress up as Scooby Doo next year for Halloween).

It looks like Aggie girls loved the costume.

Howdy, indeed. (Pronounced by Scooby Doo as Rowdy).

And, go ahead and bite your hand now, if you're sitting at a work computer right now thinking, "Damn, I miss college," well, this picture is going to seal the deal for you.

Yep, that's Johnny Football, tossing back the Scooby Doo mask and eyeing a blonde like she's a wide open receiver in the end zone.

Which, to be fair, she was.

This picture just begs for a caption contest. I'll go with, Manziel: "You think my tail's impressive, just wait."

@dsportsguide may have just won the caption contest when he suggested on Twitter, "You look easier to penetrate than Auburn's defense."

The framing on this photo is outstanding.

Even our secret Jon Gruden photographer is impressed.

We could also have a caption contest for what the photographer was thinking. Here's my suggestion: "If I live to be 80, I would give up all those years to be Manziel on campus this spring."

Anybody else think Johnny Manziel's life is just one long Friday Night Lights episode, only without any of the sad parts?


Looks like life in the SEC is going pretty damn well for Scooby Doo football.

Thanks to all the tippers from, which I'm proud to announce I'll now be joining every Friday morning for their radio show.

In the meantime, good lord, welcome to the SEC A&M.

Between this and AJ McCarron signing boobs in Tuscaloosa, it's amazing any of these SEC quarterbacks have the legs to practice come Monday morning.  

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