ARLINGTON — College football’s ultimate freshman phenom did it again.
In a season when Johnny Manziel earned the sport’s most prized possession, upset the No. 1 team on the road and made Texas A&M relevant in the country’s most dominant conference, the first-ever freshman Heisman Trophy winner rewrote the Cotton Bowl’s 77-year-old record book by torching Oklahoma in a reunion of bitter rivals.
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