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The Texas Aggies phenom quarterback, Johnny Manziel, will be starting his NFL career early. The rest of the legendary SEC will be happy to hear that “Johnny Football” announced his intention to leave college for the NFL draft. While becoming the first freshman ever to win the Heismann trophy, Manziel led his team in proving that the Aggies were, in fact, ready for “big boy football.” The teams’s first season in the SEC included a win over legendary Alabama, in a game in which Manziel passed for 253 yards and rushed for 92. The Aggies ended their inaugural SEC season 10-2, and followed this with a win over the Oklahoma Sooners in the Cotton Bowl in Arlington, TX.
Manziel’s youth, though, was apparent as he made public mistake after public mistake in the off-season. Unaccustomed to having his every move scrutinized, Manziel tweeted, among other things, that he couldn’t wait to get out of College Station. This did nothing to endear him to his coach or teammates. His rocky summer culminated in his being suspended for the first half of the Aggies opening game in 2013 for violating NCAA rules by allegedly taking money for autographs.
Manziel’s sophomore season did not lead to the BCS Championship he hoped for, as the Aggies defense proved too weak to hold up. Cutting his losses, Manziell will be in the NFL next season!