The Dallas Cowboys passed on Tyler native and former Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel in this year's NFL Draft, but some "former Cowboys fans" are making their new allegiance known right here in Johnny's hometown.
Just about a month away from the NFL's biggest day of the off season, and there are still many Johnny Manziel detractors, and supporters. Whether you think Houston should take him No. 1 overall or he's a better late round pickup -- there is at least one high profile rapper who has Johnny Football's back.
On and off the field he is one scrutinized collegiate players of all time. And despite growing pains in the glare of the media spotlight -- in the face of his detractors, Johnny Manziel has excelled as few have. After declaring his plan to enter the 2014 draft, Manziel, sent a personal message to Texas A&M fans, and fans across the U.S.
Last October if you lived outside of College Station, and weren't an alum -- there's a good chance you didn't know who Johnny Manziel was. But it wasn't long before the Texas A&M freshman would be the most well-known college football player, ever.
Granger Smith's latest project "Dirt Road Driveway" is the only place you can find both Earl Dibbles Jr. songs, "The Country Boy Song," and "Country Boy Love." It's also where you'll find Granger's very first No. 1 single, "Silverado Bench Seat."
On Wednesday the NCAA announced that it had suspended Texas A&M quarterback and defending Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel for the first half of the Aggies' upcoming game against Rice. The question is, does the crime fit the punishment?
Congratulations to a long time and good friend of Radio Texas, LIVE! on scoring his very first No.1 single on the Texas Music Chart. Granger Smith is not only one of the hardest working dudes in the Texas scene, he's probably the only guy in it any of us would be cool with our little sister dating -- If he weren't married and expecting his second child, of course.
A few months back a photo of Texas A&M football great (and Heisman winner) Johnny Manziel sporting a 'We Bleed Maroon' bracelet was captured and Granger Smith's promotional team was super excited. 'We Bleed Maroon' is a song Granger wrote about A&M and is now played at every home game. Now, here we are a few months later and Granger has chosen Johnny and Ryan Swope (another Aggie alum) to appear in his video for his latest release 'Silverado Bench Seat'.
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