In the quixotic chaos that swirls as an offensive play falls apart, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel always looks to the statuesque Mike Evans to make a save downfield. It’s not much of a secret. Opposing coaches need only to glance at video to see the relationship between quarterback and split end.
But as the Aggies prepare for a game at Arkansas — their first road test of the season — Manziel is developing another prime option in Malcome Kennedy, the former high school quarterback from the tiny town of Cayuga in East Texas.
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