After fist-bumping Tim Tebow, Johnny Manziel was back at the clubs following BCS title game (video)
On Monday, TMZ produced footage of Johnny Manziel leaving a Hollywood nightclub on Sunday night with two good-looking ladies in tow. The Heisman Trophy winner and presumed high first round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, was in Los Angeles to serve as a guest commentator on ESPN’s coverage of the BCS National Championship Game between the Auburn Tigers and Florida State Seminoles.
Following Florida State’s thrilling 34-31 win over Auburn on Monday night in Pasadena, Manziel could not resist the lure of the Hollywood nightlife, and was spotted once again by a TMZ camera crew exiting Bootsy Bellows on the Sunset Strip.
Only this time, his escorts did not include a couple of comely lasses. Instead, the most identifiable individual in Manziel’s crew was George Whitfield Jr., a quarterback coaching guru known for working with the likes of Cam Newton, Andrew Luck and, um, Donovan McNabb (one of these things is not like the other).
Whitfield previously worked with Manziel in the summer of 2012 prior to Johnny Football’s Heisman Trophy-winning campaign.
Despite Whitfield’s esteemed resume — McNabb notwithstanding — the QB guru lacks the, uh, relative attractiveness of the attractive young women trailing Manziel on Sunday night. Hey, gotta take a break from the groupies every once in a while, right?
As alluded to above in the title, Manziel also shared some screen time with none other than Tim Tebow, who was also serving as an analyst on ESPN’s so-called “Megacast” of the BCS title game (and will continue in that capacity for ESPN in the future). In one moment, the dynamic duo were caught doing a little brotastic fist-bump.
That’s some bad mojo, Johnny Manziel. Let’s hope Manziel’s NFL career goes better than Tebow’s. Something tells me it will.
[TMZ, GIF via BroBible]