Paul Johnson says people don't want Georgia Tech player autographs, eBay disagrees

Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE

Paul Johnson thinks people don't want Georgia Tech player autographs. BUT BOY IS HE WRONG.

The Johnny Manziel autograph scandal has already led to other schools taking precautions to make sure their student-athletes are safe from potential ineligibility. Paul Johnson thinks Georgia Tech is safe, though:

It's funny, BUT OH, HOW WRONG HE IS. Tevinwashington_medium

There are also many signed photos of the Jackets' senior QB:Tevinwashington2_medium

(Wait, he's throwing in that picture. It can't possibly be Tevin Washington.)

Here's a picture of senior defensive end Jeremiah Attaochu:

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And here's a team ball!

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:THIS GOES DEEPER THAN ANY OF US COULD HAVE EXPECTED.

(Seriously: I don't understand why people like paying for people's signatures on things although I used to like getting signatures when I was a kid, but there is definitely decent chunk of money being made off of things amateur athletes -- yes, even some Ramblin' Wrecks -- are signing.)

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