Johnny Manziel had arguably the best freshman season in college football history. He won the Heisman Trophy as a freshman and then helped his Texas A&M Aggies destroy the Oklahoma Sooners in the Cotton Bowl, 41-13. According to TMZ on Jan. 6, Manziel celebrated in style, with a bottle of Dom Perignon at a 21-to-enter club in Dallas.
Manziel is 20.
Sure, a college kid drinking isn't big news. Of course, most are smart enough not to get photographed and put on display on the Internet for the world to see.
The college football phenom made his mark in 2012, throwing for 3,418 yards and 42 touchdowns while rushing for 1,181 yards and 19 more touchdowns on the ground to help lead Texas A&M finish the regular season with a 10-2 record.
He also broke the Cotton Bowl record with 516-yards in the game, 229 on the ground and 287 through the air. Johnny Manziel was the first freshman to ever with the Heisman Trophy.
To celebrate, Johnny Football went to Avenue Lounge in Dallas and hung out behind the DJ booth with a small group of friends, partying the night away. It looks like, in Texas at least, a Heisman Trophy and beating the Oklahoma Sooners is all it takes to get a person into clubs illegally.