College Football

Johnny Manziel Suffers Non-Contact Knee Injury, But Returns

Johnny Manziel knee against Ole Miss

Johnny Manziel, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, suffered an ugly-looking non-contact knee injury in the 1st quarter against Ole Miss. Manziel writhed in pain on the turf for a few moments before being helped to the bench.

Panic followed.

But fortunately, Manziel quickly bounced back on the bench, and the injury was nothing serious. Manziel replaced the brace he had on his left knee, and jogged it off. He returned on the next series to lead the Aggies to a touchdown and 14-7 lead.

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