Texas A&M football fans who want to tromp on the same playing surface as Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel can buy some Kyle Field grass.
No. 9 Texas A&M (4-1, 1-1 SEC) at Mississippi (3-2, 1-2), 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Texas A&M looks to rebound from a Southeastern Conference-opening loss to No. 1 Alabama when it makes its first road trip of the season — the school’s first visit to Fayetteville since 1990 as a member of the Southwest Conference. Arkansas lost for the first time under coach Bret Bielema last week at Rutgers. The Razorbacks begin a stretch of four straight games against ranked opponents.
Texas A&M’s defense knows they need to tighten things up.
Texas A&M looks to bounce back after last week’s 49-42 loss to top-ranked Alabama and improve on defense before returning to SEC play next week at Arkansas. The Mustangs hope to clean up their play after slipping by FCS school Montana State 31-30 two weeks ago.
The lightning fast start of reigning Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel has a lot of people talking. The unbelievable statistics he is compiling this year rival that of any other player in the country.
Texas A&M’s defense allowed six long touchdown drives to top-ranked Alabama and defensive coordinator Mark Snyder says the lessons his young players learned will last a long time.
Nick Saban isn’t exactly lavishing praise on Alabama’s performance in a memorable win over Texas A&M.
Johnny Football isn’t just helping Texas A&M University on the football field.
AJ McCarron nearly matched Johnny Manziel with four touchdown passes and Vinnie Sunseri returned an interception 73 yards for a score, sidestepping Johnny Football on the way to the end zone, as No. 1 Alabama paid back No. 6 Texas A&M with a 49-42 victory Saturday.