Watch Johnny Manziel make an amazing scramble to avoid a sack, all while maneuvering his way out of the grasp of 290-pound Alabama defensive lineman Jeoffrey Pagan. He then manages to throw the ball nearly 50 yards for a 12-yard gain on Saturday during Texas A&M’s game against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Some are calling this the “play of the year.”
Johnny Manziel’s “Heisman Moment” at Alabama last year was special. His first “Heisman Moment” of the 2013 college football season vs. the Crimson Tide was just insane.
Facing a 3rd and 8 against Alabama in the second quarter, Manziel ran backwards, was almost sacked by DE Jeoffrey Pagan, kept running backwards and threw up a Hail Mary that, of course, was caught in a cluster...
Jeoffrey Pagan (no. 8) prepares to go up against Johnny Manziel and co. Image via Al.com.
How can Alabama stop Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel during Saturday's game at Kyle Field? Crimson Tide defensive lineman Jeoffrey Pagan has a simple solution - watch his hips.
"You'vejust got to look at his hips and look at the right things," Pagan...
Alabama football players, coaches, and fans could all look back on last year’s national championship season with a good feeling. But there is one thing that Crimson Tide defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan admits that he doesn’t miss: playing against D.J. Fluker, who was a first round NFL draft choice following his junior season at offensive tackle for Bama.
For the fourth consecutive week, C.J. Mosley has been recognized by the Alabama coaching staff for his outstanding performance. The junior linebacker from Mobile was the leading tackler with six total stops and combined with Jeoffrey Pagan on a sack in the 40-7 win Saturday against Florida Atlantic.