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Johnny Manziel on Stage Singing Country Music and Backstage Talking About Vodka

COLLEGE STATION, TX - APRIL 13:  Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel #2  waits near the bench during the Maroon & White spring football game at Kyle Field on April 13, 2013 in College Station, Texas.  (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
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Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterJune 14, 2013

Johnny Manziel is a little bit country and quite possibly a little bit rock and roll. Oh, and he has some thoughts on vodka. 

Barstool Sports spotted a couple of Vine videos that feature the star Texas A&M quarterback letting loose while hanging with country singer Wade Bowen. 

Here is a post from Twitter user Rachael Leisten.

Why is everybody so in love with Saturday nights? Johnny Manziel, Wade Bowen

— Rachael Leisten (@MissRachieTX) June 13, 2013

Johnny Football is embracing every last lyric of "Saturday Night" as if they were Heisman Trophies. If there was ever a bigger smile on his face, I don't remember it. 

I will go ahead and disregard the background that looks like the set of some late-night infomercial posing as a talk show. If anyone has any more information on this particular impromptu Manziel concert, please let me know. 

Now, this wasn't the only great Vine video to surface from that night, because Bowen tweeted this one out to his fans. 

Yes, that is Bowen and Manziel sounding like a couple of Jar Jar Binks impersonators proclaiming, "We shall drinkah the vodka togetha."

Now, before you all get in a huff about a 20-year-old drinking vodka at all hours of the night, Barstool Sports reminds that this is something of a catchphrase for Bowen

I will go ahead and assume Mr. Football looks a little woozy simply for the time of night and not because of any vodka shots he may have imbibed. 

In all honesty, I am not one to talk about the ills of enjoying a sip or two of liquor while being a 20-year-old college student. 

Either way, the offseason seems to be going very well for Manziel


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