Found October 06, 2013 on The Other Paper:
The state of Texas already has one Johnny Manziel but Rutgers might make a good case for putting Garrett Gilbert into the same category. Gilbert, the Texas University transfer and current SMU quarterback, did his best Johnny Football impression by going left, then right, left again before going all the way right to throw the ball the entire width of the field for a two-point conversion to even the score during a wild game on Saturday. The ridiculous conversion tied it up at 35, which allowed for a triple OT to take place, with Rutgers ultimately coming back and winning it 55-52. Still, the play deserves consideration as a play of the day. SMU coach June Jones called Gilbert's scramble, "all him."
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