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Johnny Manziel does one more impossible thing

How did that happen? That didn't happen. Did that happen?

The Chick-fil-A Bowl is probably Johnny Manziel's last college football game. And though his defense isn't exactly helping him out so far, he's still putting on exactly the show you were hoping for.

He also did this, which I do not understand:

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There's a scramble, a pileup, a hurdle, a ricochet off big Jarvis Harrison, an emergence, and a lob to Travis Labhart, who was likely just as surprised as anybody else in the building. That made it 38-24, Duke.

Manziel might only have 25 minutes left in his college career. And he might somehow top this play on his way out. Especially if A&M's defense keeps doing what it's doing. (As of this writing, it's kept doing what it's been doing. Duke's driving again.)

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