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Johnny Manziel isn't the only football prospect who can throw down on the court. Odell Beckham Jr. -- a 5-foot-11 wide receiver out of LSU who is expected to go in the first round of the 2014 NFL draft -- put on his own dunk show recently:
Compare that to Johnny Football (Johnny Basketball?) and his recent display:
What is Johnny Manziel's future?
In what might have been his last game with the Texas A&M Aggies, Johnny Manziel threw for 382 yards and four touchdowns in a shootout, and comeback win, over Duke. Now he has a decision to make: stay or go. If he remains, he'd have the chance to add to his Heisman Trophy case and take A&M to the heights of which they dreamed in 2013. If he leaves, he could be selected as high as No. 1 overall -- and probably no later than fourth. What does the future hold for this hotshot QB?
Kevin Sumlin an Aggie through '19
Texas A&M will continue to have the coaching services of Kevin Sumlin for another six years after the two sides recently agreed to a contract extension. Sumlin, despite reportedly being a target of USC's head coaching search, chose to stay at the school he has guided to a 19-5 record in the past two seasons. How much of that success was a product of Sumlin's coaching, and how much was the play of Heisman winner Johnny Manziel? Would you have passed up the USC job to stay in Texas? Cast your votes.
Manziel/Aggies fall to LSU
Johnny Manziel's Heisman Trophy hopes took a serious hit on Saturday as Texas A&M fell to LSU, 34-10. Manziel was kept in check by an LSU defense that picked him off twice and limited him to one passing touchdown. Does this loss bring an end to Johnny Football's Heisman hopes? Should Manziel enter the NFL draft after the season?