Cotton Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Johnny Manziel set an FBS quarterback rushing record with 229 yards and passed for 287 as the Texas A&M Aggies rolled over the Oklahoma Sooners 41-13 in the Cotton Bowl.
Johnny Manziel broke the rushing record for a QB in an FBS game in tonight's Cotton Bowl.
It's over in Dallas. Manziel and A&M dazzled in this blowout to win by 28.
Manziel's final numbers on year: 3,706 passing yds, 26 TDs, 1,410 rushing, 21 TDs. 5,116 yds of total offense, 47 TDs.— Chris Huston (@HeismanPundit) January 5, 2013
Johnny Manziel has a coach's visor on. He's likely done tonight.
It's tough to not sound like a broken record, but Johnny Manziel's rushing and passing numbers tonight are jaw-dropping.
A Landry Jones sack will force OU to punt once again.— SI College Football (@si_ncaafb) January 5, 2013
BREAKING: That HELLO! running back just decommitted from OU— Bunkie Perkins (@FOTProgram) January 5, 2013
Oklahoma gets called for their second big penalty of the drive and now face a 2nd-and-28.
Remember when Oklahoma was good on defense? Seems so long ago.— Kevin Flaherty (@LonghornDigest) January 5, 2013
Manziel has broken Ty Detmer's record for most yards of total offense in a season by a Heisman winner (5,022). He has 5,085 and counting.— Chris Huston (@HeismanPundit) January 5, 2013
Johnny Manziel is a man possessed after that last touchdown.
Oh boy. Johnny Football has 198 yards rushing. The entire Oklahoma team has 98.— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) January 5, 2013
A&M has been absolutely unstoppable in the second half.
Manziel is just filthy. Can do so many things.— Saturday Down South (@SDS) January 5, 2013
Johnny Football does it again.
Uzoma Nwachukwu catches the rainbow from Johnny Manziel. He's doing anything he wants right now against this Oklahoma defense.
A&M has had the ball for 17:15 minutes and has 526 yards of offense. That's half a yard per second.— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) January 5, 2013
Fans at home don't think Johnny Manziel will win a second Heisman.
Jonathan Mathis gets a hand on Landry Jones' pass to force fourth down.
Had it not been for two missed FGs against LSU, Texas A&M would have won the SEC West this season.— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) January 5, 2013
Manziel's passing yards have been impressive tonight too.
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