A company representing Texas A&M Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel has filed a lawsuit to stop the sale of T-shirts using his Johnny Football nickname.The federal lawsuit seeks damages for alleged trademark infringement and reimbursement for court fees and other compensation. It was filed by Manziels limited liability company, JMAN2 Enterprises LLC, against Eric Vaughan of Fairview. He owns a website selling T-shirts that read Keep Calm and Johnny Football.Manziels company filed the trademark for Johnny Football on March 2, and it is pending. JMAN2 Enterprises attorney Bennett White said the website has not followed a cease-and-desist letter, the Bryan-College Station Eagle reported.The NCAA recently ruled that Manziel could keep the money from a lawsuit without forfeiting his amateur status. It is unclear how much Manziel could take home if he wins the lawsuit, but White pointed out that there is no award ceiling in federal court.TCU swimmingThe TCU womens 200-yard medley relay team set a school record, and both the mens and womens teams are tied for third in the team standings after the first day of the Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin.Ali Polhill, Gabi Korac, Ali Bleasdell and Parris Schoppa finished fourth in the 200 medley relay in 1 minute, 42.23 seconds, breaking the previous school mark of 1:42.89 set last season. TCUs womens 800 free relay of Sabine Rasch, Katie Scarsella, Mikayla Winkler and Sara Brzozowski finished third in 7:15.12. Scarsella has been on the three fastest 800 free relays in school history.Painful lossNavarro College President Richard Sanchez has come to the defense of the junior colleges basketball team after police used pepper spray on the squad following Saturdays loss at Kilgore. He denied that the players were unruly.Kilgore spokesman Chris Craddock said Navarro players made threats and two officers discharged pepper spray when the team refused to return to the locker room. Navarro AD Roark Montgomery said all 15 players and three coaches suffered some pepper spray effects and that police were too aggressive. Briefly • TCU/UNT womens tennis: The No. 20-ranked Horned Frogs (7-1) picked up a 4-2 victory at No. 47 North Texas (6-2). TCU has won five straight matches and leads the all-time series against North Texas 33-1. • North Texas athletics: North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame member and former athletic director Fred McCain died Tuesday after a lengthy illness. McCain, 90, was associated with the school for more than 40 years, as a standout quarterback from 1945-48, a coach from 1950-71, director of the UNT Coliseum from 1973-82 and director of athletics in 1972 and again from 1982-87. • Alabama football: Coach Nick Saban said linebackers D.J. Pettway and Tyler Hayes, safety Eddie Williams and H-back Brent Calloway are no longer associated with the football program after their arrests for two robberies on campus.