At one point early in the Cotton Bowl, with ''Johnny B. Goode'' blaring through the stadium speakers, Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel peeked up at the accompanying highlights on the huge video board hanging over the field.
Texas A&M's exciting dual-threat quarterback known as Johnny Football sure puts on a show worth watching.
''Best player I've ever played. He does so many good things. He's got magic,'' Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops said. ''He'll have a chance to win four (Heismans) if he stays healthy.''
Manziel tiptoed down the sideline for a 23-yard TD on the game's opening drive and went on to an FBS bowl record for quarterbacks with 229 yards rushing on 17 carries. He also set a Cotton Bowl record with 516 total yards as the 10th-ranked Aggies beat No. 12 Oklahoma 41-13 on Friday night to wrap up their first SEC season.
With first-year coach Kevin Sumlin and their young star quarterback after leaving the Big 12 for the SEC, the Aggies (11-2) overwhelm...