Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Johnny Manziel shot a 79 at Pebble Beach, hit a home run at Padres BP, and threw the best first pitch ever

Johnny Manziel took a break from bro-ing out with AJ McCarron, studying Sun Tzu's The Art of War, and training to conquer the world one touchdown pass at a time under the tutelage of quarterback whisperer George Whitfield Jr. to play a round at Pebble Beach with his parental unit.

Johnny Manziel shot a 79 at Pebble Beach, hit a home run at Padres BP, and threw the best first pitch ever

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel poses with the Heisman Trophy after becoming the first freshman to win the award. (Henny Ray Abrams/AP)
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel poses with the Heisman Trophy after becoming the first freshman to win the award. (Henny Ray Abrams/AP)

Johnny Manziel took a break from bro-ing out with AJ McCarron, studying Sun Tzu's The Art of War, and training to conquer the world one touchdown pass at a time under the tutelage of quarterback whisperer George Whitfield Jr. to play a round at Pebble Beach with his parental unit. He shot a 79.

Then, the Johnny Football Is Better At Everything Than You Are At Anything tour continued when Manziel took BP with the Padres and knocked one out of Petco Park because, sports.

 

Oh, and then he took a shotgun snap, rolled out, and threw out the greatest first pitch of all time.

He's only 20, so now it's time for the rest of us to hate ourselves and re-evaluate where we're at in life. God, I should call my parents and go back to school. Maybe I should adopt a dog? That'll help expedite the process of becoming a functional adult, right? Agh, I should probably start with a plant. Baby steps. [The Big Lead]

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