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Topic - Manning Passing Academy
The Manning Passing Academy (MPA) is located at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana. It is a four-day American Football camp held yearly, during the summer months. It is hosted by the Manning family and several current and former NFL and NCAA Football players and coaches. It is designed to help 4 different positions, which include quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end. The camp was founded 14 years ago, and held at current location for the past 5 years. - Source: Wikipedia
The resumes of Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning are strikingly similar.
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel says he missed activities at the Manning Passing Academy because he "overslept," and his absence had nothing to do with being out the night before.
"I was not asked to leave. It was a mutual decision," Manziel said Wednesday at SEC Media Days. He said that while there were social events every night with the Mannings, he did not miss his meetings because of too much partying.
Johnny Manziel strode into Southeastern Conference Media Days and was swarmed by hundreds of reporters and dozens of television cameras.
The power and accuracy with which Peyton Manning's passes bowl over bad guys in a recent "Football Cops" TV spoof was nowhere to be seen at the Manning family's annual football camp.