This offseason we will count down various topics from Monday through Friday, bringing you the top five of the important and definitely some not so important issues in college football. It's the Doc Five, every week until we will thankfully have actual games to discuss.
SPRING GAME REVELATIONS
NO. 2, JOHNNY MANZIEL IS READY FOR HIS ENCORE
There are a few people – repeat, a curious few, who likely hate Texas A&M for whatever reason – who strangely believe that Johnny Manziel hasn't proven anything yet. That he was a fluke, for some reason.
We know because the comments show up on our Facebook page or in the comments at the end of our Manziel posts. Mostly deal with the odd notion that Manziel hasn't proven himself as a passer yet. He threw for 3,706 yards, 26 touchdowns and completed 68 percent of his passes last year. As a freshman. For a SEC team.
The skeptics are wrong, of course. Manziel didn't turn out the greatest freshman season ever for a quarterback by some stroke of luck. He's a great player, his freshman season is all the proof we need of that, and most people who watched him understand that obvious fact.
But, just in case, it seems this spring that Manziel is ready to put any remaining doubts to rest. He looks like he has improved since the end of last season.Read More »from Doc Five: Spring game revelations – No. 2, Johnny Manziel is ready for his encore