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The likelihood of Johnny Manziel being named the starter for Texas A&M at the start of the season wasn't good after he was arrested Jun. 29 for being involved in a physical altercation.
The freshman quarterback won the starting job nonetheless and proceeded to take the college football world by storm with the help of head coach Kevin Sumlin.
Manziel, or Johnny Football as he's known in the media, has had an unbelievable season, to say the least, propelling him into Heisman talks with the likes of Kansas State's Collin Klein and Notre Dame's Manti Te'o.
Utilizing his dual-threat capability, Manziel has managed to rack up more than 2,700 yards through the air and over 1,000 yards on the ground. This past week, against Sam Houston State, Manziel finished the day with three TD passes for 267 yards and two rushing TDs for 100 yards.
From the looks of it, the sky is the limit for Manziel's career.