Johnny Manziel knows a thing or two about having issues with the NCAA regarding autographs. Manziel was suspended for a game in college while under investigation for selling his autographs while he was still in school. For any normal person that is fine, but with the NCAA, players making money off themselves is a big no-no. Georgia running back Todd Gurley, who is currently a very strong candidate for the Heisman trophy was suspended indefinitely for allegedly selling his autograph for a measly $8-$25 a piece. They won’t even let a college kid live and make a few dollars without trying to ruin his career. Manziel tweeted in defense of Gurley and then explained Gurley should definitely be able to represent his own brand and make money. Hit the jump.