Johnny Manziel talks Twitter hiatus, shove, Texas

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Johnny Manziel won't be tweeting anymore, but he will be throwing up Hook'Em signs.

It's been a watershed few days for Johnny Manziel — you know, not as watershed as beating Alabama or winning the Heisman as a freshman, but still, unbelievably important.

Here are the MOMENTS OF INTRIGUE that Johnny Manziel has experienced: first, Johnny Manziel shoved a graduate assistant in practice, or, as it should be described, got into something that could be considered a FIGHT with somebody who could be considered a COACH. Then, he said he would stop posting to Twitter, where he had become somewhat of an icon for his incredible tweeting talent.

Because there is a higher power in this messed-up world of ours, somebody caught up with Manziel to get to the bottom of all of this. That person was Brent Zwerneman of the San Antonio Express-News.

First, on why Manziel is ditching Twitter:

He said he doesn't know how long he'll be gone, but it's still a loss.

Then, on the GA incident:

And on the fact that he frequently uses the "Hook'Em" hand gesture, while most Aggie fans would want to saw Varsity's horns off rather than make finger signs out of them:

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