Johnny Manziel has officially announced that he will enter the 2014 draft and skip his final two seasons of eligibility at Texas A&M. The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner completed the necessary paperwork to declare his draft eligibility Wednesday. His
The joke was on the game announcers. Seeing Johnny Manziel bury his face in a towel as Duke attempted a field goal, one of them said, “He can’t even bear to watch.” Um, that wasn’t quite the situation. Seems
Johnny Manziel is still a more viable choice than AJ McCarron in my opinion. See Tim Tebow.
Johnny Manziel might soon have company in what until now has been a party of one. Last season, the Texas A&M quarterback became the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy and the Davey O’Brien Award, which goes to
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez talked to Sports Illustrated Heisman Blogger Zac Ellis about the close Heisman race heading into the end of the season. Why you should listen : Ellis tells us about Bryce Petty, the
One of the most prestigious awards in the country has released its list of players who are up for this year’s version of the hardware. And, somewhat shockingly, defensive players are well represented, relatively speaking, among the group of
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn knows the luxury of having that rare quarterback who can take over games and abuse defenses with his arm or his feet. For Malzahn, it was Cam Newton, an electrifying Heisman Trophy winner who led
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez recaps week three of NCAA Football and looks forward to week four. Why you should listen : Eric Lopez talked to SportsTalkFlorida Insider Corey Long about the latest headlines in college football.
The college football season is only three weeks old, and the 2014 NFL draft is still months away, but Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel’s stock is already on the move. The initial stance of many teams isn’t a positive
George H.W. Bush is nearly 2,000 miles from here, spending time with wife Barbara at their home in Maine. But on Saturday afternoon, the eyes of the 41st president, like so many others, will be upon Kyle Field. “A