Missouri looks to slow ‘Johnny Football,' Texas A&M

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Heading into its first season in the Southeastern Conference, there were a lot of question marks surrounding Texas A&M.

It had a new head coach, a freshman quarterback and a conference full of powerhouse programs awaiting from a team that finished last year with a 7-6 record.

Enter Johnny Manziel.

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