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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Easter symbolizes the freedom to choose eternal life
Topic - Jason Cook
Texas A&M said Tuesday it has not sent a letter of withdrawal to the Big 12 Conference.
"Right now, it is wall-to-wall Johnny Manziel," Cook said about the media coverage. "The awareness for us is already there. Our approach is, we need to reach the right people with the right message to make the right decision. Our efforts are targeted directly at Heisman voters and the football writers."
Jason Cook, Texas A&M's vice president for marketing and communications, said the university has sent more than 10 cease-and-desist letters to retailers selling products with the Johnny Football name or Manziel's likeness in the last few weeks.