Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel has the Heisman Trophy. Alabama's A.J. McCarron has the national championships.
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
There's no need now for Jonathan P. Manziel to head over to the county clerk's office, down yonder in College Station, and file his petition requesting an official name change to Johnny Football.
Johnny Manziel tossed five touchdowns at College Station but his two interceptions is what cost Texas A&M the victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide.
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
Welcome to Johnny Football vs. Nickie Hardass. Or, in the parlance that is college football in the modern day, a cultural collision between the authority-trashing, money-grabbing, gesture-making, LeBron-texting, alcohol-counseled, touchdown-maniacal, party-till-it's-on-Twitter rap rebel and the old-school authoritarian who dog-whips
Andrew Melnick of Fansided.com talks about The Aggies possibly being overlooked
Heisman winner Johnny Manziel will not be available to media before this weekends game between Alabama and Texas A&M
Saturday CBS will have a "Johnny Cam," a camera fixated on Johnny Manziel for the Texas A&M vs Alabama game.
Chris Huston of NBCSports,com gave us the early Heisman favorites