By Josh Dhani

The latest news on Johnny Manziel's autograph scandal isn't good, and it could effectively end the possibility of him playing college football this season, or at all even.

With all this in mind, the Texas A&M star quarterback's parents are selling their home in Bryan, TX, according to Realtor.com. The home was purchased in June 2011 when Manziel was a redshirt freshman. The house is about 15 minutes away from the Texas A&M campus.

Now this could all mean that Manziel's parents believe the autograph scandal isn't going to end well. However, the house has been on the market for about three months now since May, and the price was cut down by $26,000, moving down to $379,000.

Autograph controversy or not, the house is looking to be sold. The 2,800-square foot home is a pretty nice one, and it features three-and-a-half bedrooms and a good amount of deer heads on the walls.

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