It's a golden time for exciting quarterbacks in college football, but the guy leading Texas A&M might be the most exciting of them all.
Johnny Manziel's skill set is amazing, with his ability to throw the ball well and his great speed and elusiveness when he takes off. Putting him in Kevin Sumlin's fast-break offense makes it almost unfair.
In the first half against Mississippi State, Manziel went back to pass on third and 10, but saw an opening to his right so he took off. Manziel then cut back to the middle of the field and split the defense on his way to an electric 37-yard touchdown.
Manziel's size, speed and ability to make a defense pay with his legs and his arm, and his incredible elusiveness in the open field, remind us of some other quarterback we've seen, but we're not quite sure we can remember his name ...
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