November 29, 1994 – Toby Keith: All American Hero Hits No. 1 with “Who’s That Man”

The former semi-pro defensive lineman for the Oklahoma City Drillers still makes plenty of hits—his latest, “Who’s That Man,” made it to first place in the country music standings.

But after snapping a bone in his ankle during a University of Oklahoma alumni football game in April, the strapping 6-foot-4 star plans to stick to the sidelines.

That’s where Country Weekly caught up to Toby, as he toured the Dallas Cowboys practice field and at a high-rise version of a tailgate party, where he cooked a sumptuous meal for two football-loving, songwriting friends. 

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