Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel piled up 320 yards in a 45-33 win over Arkansas on Saturday. He passed for 261 and gained 59 rushing. The defending Heisman Trophy winner threw a pair of touchdown passes to his favorite target, 6-foot-5 sophomore Mike Evans, but it was the Aggies' rushing attack that helped put the game away late.
In fact, A&M had more yards rushing (262) than passing (261) for the first time this season. Of the four full games Manziel has played this season, it was his lowest total yardage output (he had fewer against Rice in the season opener, when he was suspended for a half).
Thanks largely to Manziel, the Aggies have yet to be held to less than 40 points this season in five contests. Manziel and TAMU now get a week off before facing a road game at Ole Miss. The Rebels, like A&M, are a hurry-up, no-huddle team, so don't expect the Aggies to be held to less than 40 points in that one, either.
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