And, fine, Alabama's A.J. McCarron was pretty good too.
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In an epic sports weekend — Floyd Mayweather systematically picking apart Canelo Alvarez in the fight of the year; Peyton winning the Manning Bowl; The Red Sox sweeping the Yanks; Aaron Rodgers reminding everyone why he's the best quarterback in the NFL etc., etc. — the most exciting moment came in the second quarter of Saturday's game between number six-ranked Texas A&M and top-ranked Alabama. With all of the hoopla over Johnny Manziel's autographing controversy and off-field, off-season missteps, it was easy to forget why he won last year's Heisman trophy (as a freshman, no less). Saturday's performance, and this play in particular, was an eye-popping reminder: