NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- College football had better enjoy Johnny Manziel while it's got him, if you believe a couple of coaches I talked with here this week at the AFCA convention.
So much for three more tries to become only the second repeat Heisman winner?
"There's no way he stays four years," one coach told me with insistence. "I bet he's gone after this season."
At first, I thought that seemed implausible. But the more you think about it -- whether it's the social behavior that isn't conducive to college boundaries or a growing market for mobile quarterbacks like him in the NFL -- it begins to make some sense.
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