NCAA Football: 10 Teams That Are Too Dependent on One Player

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NCAA Football: 10 Teams That Are Too Dependent on One Player
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Johnny Manziel will try to become the second two-time Heisman winner.

Johnny Manziel showed what one great player can do for a team and a program.

When Texas A&M left the Big 12 to join the SEC for the 2012 season, many felt the Aggies would struggle to become even bowl-eligible. Then "Johnny Football" became a star, led an upset of Alabama and carried Texas A&M to an 11-2 record and a Cotton Bowl win.

The Aggies relied heavily on Manziel to do almost everything for the offense. It will be much of the same in 2013, especially with the loss of Luke Joeckel and Ryan Swope.

But with Kevin Sumlin's history with QB's and offensive success, Manziel will be far from a one-man show as the Aggies try to show their 2012 success wasn't a fluke.

The following players will all be relied on heavily to carry their teams much like Manziel carried Texas A&M.

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