How Johnny Manziel Saved His Chance at Second Heisman Trophy

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In a thrilling finish, Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies defeated the Ole Miss Rebels 41-38. Manziel was nothing short of phenomenal, going 31-of-39 for 396 yards, but what really stood out was his leadership and clutch play late in the fourth quarter.

CFB analyst Michael Felder breaks down why Johnny Football's play against the Rebels saved his chances at winning a second straight Heisman Trophy.

Highlights courtesy of XOS Digital.

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