When the Texas A&M Aggies take the field on Saturday to host the Missisippi State Bulldogs at Kyle Field, it could be a bitter sweet game for the Aggies faithful. The fans will get to witness their team at home for the final time this season, but it could also be the last home game of star quarterback Johnny Manziel’s college career.
Many expect Manziel to declare for the 2014 NFL Draft following this season, so the fans could be witnessing their last taste of Johnny Football magic in College Station.
There are reports that the fans will have chants and t-shirts prepared that say, “One more year,” but those cries will likely fall on deaf ears.
Manziel said during the offseason that he couldn’t wait to leave College Station, and this will be the perfect chance.
After some questions about whether or not Manziel could transition to the NFL, scouts have begun warming up to his talents and many now consider Manziel a first-round talent. He needs to strike while iron is hot.
To make matters worse, head coach Kevin Sumlin will be a hot coaching target in the NFL, along with being the top target for the USC Trojans.
If this is the final time that the A&M fans get to witness Manziel and Sumlin in College Station, they better eat it up because things could go downhill fast if the pair decides to leave in the offseason.