Manziel Still Cutting Upfield


Joe Routt Boulevard, named for a Texas A&M All-American, runs within a Johnny Manziel spiral of Kyle Field, an asphalt path leading to one more nickname for Johnny Football: Joe Routt Johnny.

It's only fitting for the Aggies' version of Broadway Joe. In the time since Manziel, A&M's 200-pound bundle of energy, won the Heisman Trophy on Dec. 8, the Kerrville Tivy graduate embarked on a ...

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