Johnny Manziel ushered out of party

Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel was seen in Austin this weekend wearing a Tim Tebow Jets jersey. @sdavy23/Twitter

A month and a half after taking his frustrations for College Station public, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel found a landing spot just down the road this weekend.

Problem was, the frat boys of Austin don't take kindly to their longtime rival's quarterbacks.

Manziel, attending a fraternity party in the West Campus area near the University of Texas, was "quickly and harshly" kicked out of the event Friday night, according to SB Nation's Texas site, "Burnt Orange Nation."

A brief YouTube video accompanying the SB Nation report shows Manziel barely evading the brunt of an airborne beer can amid screams that include "get the f--- out" as he leaves the party across an outdoor patio, dressed in a soaked pink golf shirt and black baseball cap.

According to other reports, Manziel stayed in Austin on Saturday and attended a daytime fraternity party, where he was spotted wearing a Tim Tebow New York Jets jersey.

Manziel took to Twitter on Sunday, presumably in response to the reports of his weekend activities.

It was only two weeks ago that Manziel was answering questions at SEC media days after his early departure the previous weekend from the Manning Passing Academy. He said he had only overslept, was fatigued from a busy schedule and his leaving the camp had been a mutual decision.

He reiterated he was a college kid and going to do what normal college kids do despite his status as the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy.

"I'm still going to live my life to the fullest," Manziel said.

Indeed, the 20-year-old redshirt sophomore has been no stranger to headlines this offseason.

He tweeted in early June that "Bulls--- like tonight is a reason why I can't wait to leave college station...whenever it may be," later deleting the post.

He also agreed to a plea deal on misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2012 arrest and reportedly shoved a graduate assistant coach at a spring game in which he threw multiple interceptions.