Marcus Football? Rival for Manziel

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Even though Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel has pushed himself into Heisman Trophy consideration, at least one observer thinks Johnny Football is not even the best redshirt freshman quarterback in the country.

That would be Marcus Mariota, according to Ferd Lewis, an undoubtedly biased columnist from Mariota's hometown...

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