A&M Freshman QB Johnny Manziel leads an Aggie Attack that posted 118 points in its last 2 games, and is averaging better than 460 yards on offense.
"The thing I've been most impressed with is his competitiveness,'' A&M offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury said. He's fearless and he attacks each game the same way."
"He'll take off in a heart beat and create some offense that way, Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin said. "When He gets out in space he breaks ankles and he can break tackles," Razorback defensive coordinator Paul Haynes adds. "He's the heart and soul of their team, as he goes they go, so we have to be disciplined."
The Hogs appear overmatched, undersized and undisciplined. Paul Haynes may not have anticipated such a troubling start, but facing adversity in football is nothing new to the embattled coach.
"I've been on 14-0 teams and I've been on 1-10 teams, you learn from it you teach from it but the thing about it in football is all these coaches and all these players are warriors, so this is what we do we're not going to lay down we're not going to be divided we're going to move forward and fight and get better, and we're going to win!"