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Jadeveon Clowney, Braxton Miller, Tajh Boyd autographs cleared by schools

It turns out Johnny Manziel isn't the only college football player to have an autograph series for sale.

SB Nation's Texas A&M blog Good Bull Hunting did some sleuthing, and it turns out that other college football players seem to have participated in the same bulk autograph signing sessions as Manziel is alleged to have. Series of autographs belonging to South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney, as well as former Gamecock Marcus Lattimore, turned up when a search was performed on JSA (an autograph authentication company) records. Those series include hundreds of autographed pieces of memorabilia, above and beyond 300 in the case of Clowney.

Naturally, this raised some eyebrows, but South Carolina has found nothing awry:

"We have investigated things that have been on EBay with him and student-athletes before," associate athletics director Chris Rogers said. "In the situations I can say we looked into, there was no further for us to go, and we determined there was no violation."

And Ohio State's Braxton Miller has also been cleared, though it's hard to tell who was asking anyway. Clemson's also seen no issues with stars Sammy Watkins or Tajh Boyd.

Tuesday, USC and Louisville also took precautions against being lumped into the autograph scandal.

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