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

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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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