Johnny Manziel Leaves Game with Non-Contact Knee Injury
The Texas A&M Aggies are playing Ole Miss, but the worst possible thing happened as Johnny Manziel went down with what appeared to be a knee injury.
During the first quarter, Manziel rolled out for a pass, as he he threw the ball, he came down funny and his knee buckled. Bruce Feldman from CBS Sports and Edward Aschoff from ESPN provided additional details regarding the injury.
Johnny Manziel down holding his left knee, being attended to by trainers.— Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) October 13, 2013
Manziel is being helped off the field. No one touched him but his knee buckled. #TAMUvsMISS— Edward Aschoff (@AschoffESPN) October 13, 2013
Heading into this game, Manziel had thrown for 1,489 yards, 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. He also had 314 yards and three touchdowns on the ground.
Losing Manziel is the biggest possible blow to this team. He may be an incredibly controversial player, but he's been this team's heart and soul on offense, making some incredible plays.
If the Aggies are without Manziel for any extended period of time, it'll be a big loss not only for the team, but for all of college football.
UPDATE: Manziel has returned to the game. He returned in the first quarter with the Aggies tied 7-7 against the Rebels.
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