ARLINGTON, Texas A euphoric group A&M players had congregated in perfectly symmetrical lines in the corner of the end zone at JerryWorld. Arms locked. Swaying, per tradition as the Aggie War Hymn played and The 12th Man sang in unison.
It was one of those amazing scenes you only get from college football. And it was at this moment quarterback Johnny Manziel executed his best run, sprinting from his post-game TV interview duties to join his teammates just at The Fighting Aggie Band had reached the "saw Varsity's horns off, saw Varsity's horns off" portion of the presentation.
For all of y'all not from Texas, Varsity is the University of and beating The Longhorns biggest rival in Oklahoma, 41-13, in this Cotton Bowl felt almost as good as taking a saw to Bevo. Especially because afterward Sooner Nation had to tip their cap and admit they had been Johnny Football-ed.
"He's the best player I think I've ever played," Sooners defensive coordinator Mike Stoops said. "He's got magic...