Chick-Fil-a Bowl 2013: 10 Things We Learned from Duke vs. Texas A&M

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Chick-Fil-a Bowl 2013: 10 Things We Learned from Duke vs. Texas A&M
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Johnny Manziel may have played his final game in a Texas A&M uniform, and if that's the case, he had one heckuva finale.  Manziel guided the Aggies up and down the field in an impressive second-half comeback against the Duke Blue Devils in the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl.  His performance taught the world that he's not done impressing football fans.  But what else did we take away from this exciting and fun-to-watch football game?

Duke certainly had an impressive season, and we can't ignore the impressive effort put forth by a team no one was giving much of a chance against the Aggies.  Head coach David Cutcliffe once again proved why he won the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award for 2013, and his Blue Devils were just a few points short against an A&M team that looked almost shell-shocked at Duke's football abilities.

So Manziel is great.  Duke is for real.  What else did we learn?  Let's see...

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