The NCAA argues, legally, that Texas A&M happened to choose No. 2 to put on a large amount of merchandise because it is an attractive number. It has nothing to do with Johnny Manziel. That’s an obvious lie, evident to anyone who has ever played EA Sports NCAA Football game. For yet more evidence, you can search for your favorite, prominent college football players on the website of the NCAA’s Official Store and be directed to their merchandise (probably for a limited time). We have included a few helpful screen grabs.
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