They call him Johnny Football, and now it's Alabama's turn to figure out how to slow him down. Only a redshirt freshman, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel has turned into something of a larger-than-life character in Southeastern Conference football. He not only has helped the Aggies rise to No. 14 in the USA TODAY Sports coaches poll in their initial SEC season, but he leads the league in rushing and scoring and is second in passing A running and passing threat, he posted 557 yards of total offense against Arkansas, breaking a record set by Ole Miss' Archie Manning in 1969 and tied by Rohan Davey at LSU in 2001. Two weeks later, Manziel broke that record with 576 yards against Louisiana Tech.