Texas A&M Football: What Can Johnny Manziel Do as a Heisman Encore?

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Texas A&M Football: What Can Johnny Manziel Do as a Heisman Encore?
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Texas A&M freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel took his first collegiate snap on Saturday, September 8, 2012, against the University of Florida. It was on that day, at Kyle Field, that the legend of "Johnny Football" was born.

In his first season, Manziel has tormented defenses with his arm, legs, and ability to extend plays. Breaking both SEC and national offensive records almost weekly, people began running out of things to say about the exciting first-year phenom. The Aggie QB put together a highlight reel of a season in 2012 and capped it off by becoming the first freshman Heisman Trophy winner.

But what can a player, who has accomplished in his first season what many can only aspire to do in an entire career, provide as an encore? What can we expect to see from Johnny Manziel in his sophomore season?

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