Johnny Manziel put on a show Tuesday night (Dec. 31) at the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl. Manziel did just about anything he wanted against the Duke Blue Devils, accounting for five touchdowns in a 52-48 win. This game was absolutely remarkable, as he led the Texas A&M Aggies back from a 38-17 halftime deficit to post the win.
Manziel finished with some gaudy statistics to show for himself on this night. He completed 30-of-38 passes for 382 yards and four touchdowns through the air. On the ground, he rushed for 73 yards and another touchdown, showing he accounted for 455 all-purpose yards for the team. It was an amazing performance and it showed why so many people have begun calling him "Johnny Football."
Texas A&M finishes the season 9-4 with this win and could potentially be even better in 2014 if Johnny Manziel returns as the quarterback and receiver Mike Evans also decides to come back. The NFL is calling to them, though, and this would be the perfect win to end their college football careers on. Now fans will be watching very closely over the next few weeks to see if they make the decision to go pro or return to school.
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