Johnny Manziel put on the show all of Arkansas dreaded in the first half.
Texas A&M's running game and timely defense took over from there, providing the perfect formula for the 10th-ranked Aggies' 45-33 victory over the Razorbacks.
A year after Manziel had his coming-out party in a 58-10 win over Arkansas, totaling 557 yards of total offense, he was back at it on Saturday night.
The sophomore accounted for 253 of his 320 total yards in the first half, including two touchdown passes to Mike Evans, as the Aggies (4-1, 1-1 Southeastern Conference) came away a winner in their first trip to Fayetteville since 1990, when both schools were members of the Southwest Conference.
The win was Texas A&M's second straight after a loss to No. 1 Alabama, and it was the school's ninth straight on the road.
Manziel finished 23 of 30 for 261 yards, and he rushed for 59 yards.
''We asked (Manziel) to make plays, and he made plays,'' Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin said. ''He took care o...