Derek Worlow
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 195

In the fall of 2012, Johnny Manziel constructed the greatest freshman season the world of college football had ever seen. The young quarterback shattered long-standing records, upset Alabama in a star-making performance, became the first ever freshman to win the Heisman Trophy and lifted the football program at Texas A&M onto the stage of the elite. In an instant, Manziel became one of America's most popular athletes.Then the backlash came. Ridiculed for his use of social media and pounded by an unforgiving public for living life as he saw fit, the quarterback became a flashpoint for criticism and scorn. The controversy created an environment Manziel was unsure he could survive. Johnny Sophomore is the story of an extraordinary talent going through the most anticipated season in college football history. From a summer engulfed in scandal, to the season of hope that followed, this book ...
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