Eli Manning Shares His Advice For His Nephew Arch Manning
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Uncle Eli Manning was on Monday's The Pat McAfee Show Monday, where shared his advice for his nephew Arch manning....
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“I feel for him. I mean, he’s got so much pressure, so many expectations,” Eli said on The Pat McAfee Show Monday. “People say, ‘Hey, I hear your nephew is going to be the best of all of y’all.’ I’m like, ‘Oh, that’s no pressure.’ Peyton just went into the Hall of Fame this year. It’s not hard to become better than him and have a better career.

“I told him, ‘Hey, enjoy being a high school football player.’ Like, that is a great time in your life, some of the best friends you’ll have forever. Don’t start thinking so much about colleges or, ‘Hey, where am I going to go play college?’ and think about the next levels where you don’t get to enjoy this time in your life.”

“Just enjoy it, work hard at it, be a great teammate. You’ll figure out where you’re gonna go play college. You’ll make a good decision, you’ll know the right spot and then you’ll enjoy that time as well. But don’t miss out on this time in your life because, you know, people want you to make a decision, or, you know, don’t put extra pressure on yourself.”

(The Spun)
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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He left out how he handed him a jumbo box of rubbers as he said..."and bang all the hoes they throw at you on your recruiting trips"
Reply2 months
He is not coming to LSU
Reply2 months
I bet he’d come if the network paid him to announce a game against his alma mater Ole Miss, for example.
2 months
Never was. He wants instant starting time and leave in 3 years. If he came to LSU, he’d lose 1-2 NFL years where he’s be making multi millions. Tack on endorsements as well. The Manning’s will use a few excuses why Arch went out of state. In the meantime they will have Arch say that he loves LSU to avoid bad publicity.
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