"I can't say much," Darnell told USA TODAY Sports, "other than we're working through the process. He's cooperating with the investigation. We think when all this comes out on the other end, he'll be the starting quarterback for the Aggies against Rice."
So the lawyer the Manziels hired "weeks ago" (ie before the ESPN story broke) because they weren't being investigated is saying that Manziel is cooperating with an investigation that doesn't exist?
Or is it that USA Today sports is biased and Greg Schroeder is making it all up?