Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is a hometown hero in Kerrville, Texas. So fellow Kerrville resident Christian Chavez, 17, took a barber up on an offer to cut a portrait of Manziel into his hair. But when Chavez arrived at Hill Country High School, the principal took one look at his hair and told him to go home and not come back until he had the portrait removed. Officials with the school system say school policy forbids hairstyles that could be distracting.
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