Do Football Fans Really Need 'Johnny Cam' For Johnny Manziel During Texas A&M and Alabama Game?

By Dan Parzych
Johnny Manziel
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Just when you thought you couldn’t possibly get any more sick from hearing about Texas A&M quarterback and former Heismany Trophy winner Johnny Manziel–CBS goes out and takes things to a whole new level.

The popular network will reportedly have a “Johnny Cam” for Saturday’s big game that will only be used to focus on the every move of the popular quarterback. With all of the hype surrounding this key matchup between two of the best teams in college football, it’s shouldn’t come as a surprise to hear CBS going out of their way to follow Manziel at all times, but is it really necessary?

There’s no question Manziel is a golden ticket when it comes to providing the media with plenty of stories to follow, but to dedicate a specific camera to follow his every move is a bit intense. For a player who has been the center of attention over the last couple of months for a few controversial acts, Manziel better be extra careful with what he says or does during Saturday’s game against Alabama–because chances are it will be caught on camera.

As for the game in general, it will certainly be interesting to see if Saturday’s game can match up to the one from last season as that was arguably one of the most exciting games to witness during the 2012 season. If you thought Manziel has been fun to follow over the last few months, just imagine how fun it will be to follow the popular quarterback if the Aggies can manage to pull off the win against the nation’s No. 1 ranked team on Saturday.

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