Floyd Mayweather Jr. won $200,000 betting the first half line in the Texas A&M-SMU game on Saturday, and he shared the news with a fantastic tweet.
Mayweather posted his betting slip and noted that he was able to make money off Johnny Manziel’s brilliance, even though the Aggies QB cannot cash in on himself because of NCAA rules:
— Floyd Mayweather (@FloydMayweather) September 22, 2013
A&M made hundreds of millions last year in fundraising thanks mostly to Manziel reviving the program, and you have people like Mayweather cashing big sports betting tickets thanks to the Heisman Trophy winner’s brilliance. Yet the kid gets investigated for making a few grand by signing autographs. Something ain’t right there.
Oh, and Mayweather shared a winning betting slip on Twitter? So what else is new. Wake me when he shares photos of the hundreds of thousands he also LOSES. Nobody wins all their bets. Well, nobody except Doc Brown.
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