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With McCarron finally gone, Bama fans look forward to the future with a good quarterback in Jacob Coker

AJ McCarron was part of three National Championships in his time at Alabama. He was the starter for two of those, and was penciled in as the unproven redshirt freshman backup in 2009’s BCS game against Texas. Had McElroy gone the way of Colt McCoy’s early exit in Pasadena, you would’ve seen McCarron at the […]

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The “Real” 12th Man at Texas A&M

Finally, we can move on. Johnny Manziel met with the NCAA for six hours on Sunday, we learned today, and informed the governing organization of college athletics that he never took money for signing autographs. Whew! Thankfully that whole episode is now behind us so we can focus on some football. All while the organization […]

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Why Texas A&M Should Bench Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel is already a hero to many. He’s the first freshman Heisman Trophy winner in college football history. He beat the championship-winning football team in Alabama to become the king of the Texas A&M Aggie nation. Parents across the country want their kids to have that kind of success. But do they want their […]

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Manziel suspected of exchanging autographs for pay; NCAA trouble ahead

Johnny Manziel had little difficulty eluding would be tacklers last season, but the reigning Heisman winner has a much harder time avoiding trouble. And this latest foe may be what knocks him out of the game for good. ESPN is reporting that Johnny Football is being investigated by the NCAA for allegedly exchanging hundreds of […]

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