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Topic - Barry Switzer
Johnny Manziel, a.k.a. "Johnny Football" for his star-showing with Texas A&M and his similarly star status as he winds toward the NFL draft, has nonetheless one detractor: Former Oklahoma head coach Barry Switzer said he's an "arrogant little [expletive]" who embarrasses his team.
As a child, Steve Davis dreamed of playing for Oklahoma and even tucked away a picture of the Sooners' quarterback he idolized in his dresser drawer.
Lee Roy Selmon, the Hall of Fame defensive end who teamed with his brothers at Oklahoma to create a dominant defensive front that helped lead the Sooners to consecutive national championships, died Sunday _ two days after being hospitalized for a stroke. He was 56.
Something will be lost after Nebraska and Oklahoma square off on the football field Saturday night _ something intangible yet dear to the traditionalists who get sentimental about a bygone era when the two teams were titans of the old Big Eight Conference.
Jerry Jones has way too much riding on this season to sit back and watch his Dallas Cowboys wobble much longer.
The Rover spent 15 blissful minutes yesterday chatting college pigskin with legends Dan Jenkins and Barry Switzer. Given that the golf tournament was over on Friday afternoon, that conversation was easily the highlight of the Rover's day at Southern Hills. Switzer is about to begin hosting a morning drive-time show on XM Radio, and goodness knows he talks enough to carry one. Though he's extremely engaging, Switzer hardly pauses to breathe during conversation. He doesn't look a day older than when he left the Cowboys, and he still swears by pounding the rock.
"Johnny Football" for his star-showing with Texas A&M and his similarly star status as he winds toward the NFL draft, has nonetheless one detractor: Former Oklahoma head coach Barry Switzer said he's an "arrogant little [expletive]" who embarrasses his team.
Mr. Switzer, meanwhile, who led the Oklahoma Sooners to three national titles and later the Dallas Cowboys to the Super Bowl, said as much as he dislikes Mr. Manziel's bravado antics, he has to admit he's one of the best in the game.