Today could possibly be the last time that the Texas A&M Aggies home crowd gets to watch arguably their most famous player in history, QB Johnny Manziel, play within the confines of Kyle Field. With the NFL being a very good possibility following this season, today will more than likely be it.
So, I’m sure that they’d want to see a lot of the plays from their star that made him famous to begin with, and that’s exactly what they got early on.
On just the second drive of the game for the Aggies, Manziel dropped back, performed his customary scramble routine getting himself out of trouble and found Malcome Kennedy in the end zone in the end zone for a 12-yard scoring play.
That’s certainly the Johnny Football that everyone is going to remember for years to come. Those are the type of plays that the Aggie fans in attendance today want to see.
Currently, Texas A&M is on the way to really taking it to Mississippi State as they’ve just scored another touchdown to take a 16-7 lead.
[h/t] Good Bull Hunting for the image.