you know when you really think about it, that CBS article indirectly showed how little the media cares about the spurs. they've made a huge deal about johnny being at rockets and mavs games and hanging out with players like lebron and james harden, but never once has the media questioned him being at a spurs game or being down on the court talking to tony parker. given there’s already media and poparazzi at "big games" to catch him with the “big name” players like lebron, harden, CP3, etc, but apparently the spurs aren’t worth the media’s time even if it does involve johnny communicating with an all-star/top 10 player.
i know it's poretty random and not that related, but it's still kind of a funny and telling observation none-the-less. that being said, the spurs and johnny have a lot in common. both are successful sports figures that people love to hate but secretly wish was their's because they win so much.
@alamoaggie08 That might be an inside Texas kind of thing, I mean, its not like the amount of publicity the Spurs gets is something the rest of us think about. But I am very happy (don't know why, just am) that Johny Football does not hang out with the team of that reprobate Cuban. Surprised you Texans have not run him out of Texas on a rail.
I am an unabashed Tebow fan. Gator, can't help it. Manzeil is the closest thing in buzz and hype in college ball to Tebow I've seen. They are very different in both playing style and how they are handling all of this (about as different as you can get). Tebow's was the safer route, and he still got slammed. JFF is going to get hammered this next year, assuming he has a good one, by everybody. There are chinks in all of our armor, so some dirt is going to come out, real or imagined. Bet on it.
Gator Nation went through that as fans, but in the end, its just a game and heres to hoping two things. 1, that JFF has a successful career in college that ends well, and 2, we don't have to play him again.