Quarterback Johnny Manziel missed the first half of Texas A&M's opening game against Rice on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, due to his suspension amid allegations he received money for signing autographs. After a play in the second half on Saturday, Manziel got up, started talking trash to a defender, and mocked signing autographs in mid-air.
Probably wasn't the best time to do that sort of thing.
Manziel missed out on the entire first half of a game in which Rice stayed incredibly close with Texas A&M. He came out and put some new energy into the Aggies for the second half and began driving his team down the field.
On his second possession, Manziel ran for a first down and took a big hit from a Rice defender. As the quarterback got up, he started talking a little trash to the Rice player, and then mocked signing autographs, and shaking his head as if to say the player couldn't have one.
As the players lined up for the next play, Manziel still had to be restrained and pulled back by his teammates.
That drive eventually turned into a touchdown pass from Manziel, and he had yet another celebration for the score. As the camera panned to Manziel, he was holding his hands in the air and making the "show me the money" gesture.