Posted December 07, 2012 on tamu.scout.com
The Texas A&M football team had a breakout campaign in 2012 as the Aggies held their own in their inaugural SEC season finishing 10-2. Luke Joeckel was a valuable member of the OL that protected record breaking QB Johnny Manziel, and he was rewarded for his efforts Thursday night winning the Outland Trophy Award.
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