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Oklahoma’s Defensive Coordinator, Mike Stoops, has apologized for disrespecting the name of the newest college football Jesus, Johnny Manziel. During an interview on the radio in Tulsa, Stoops said that Manziel may win another Heisman, if the Aggies star stays off twitter, and stays out of jail. Since it isn’t common practice, or very sportsman … Continue reading »

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