Johnny Manziel couldn't pull out another miraculous victory over Alabama this time around, but he notched the second-most yards from scrimmage in SEC history against the Tide. Johnny Football compiled 562 total yards, including 464 and four scores via the passing game. Junior Malcolme Kennedy surprised with three of those touchdowns, but it was the size and strength of sophomore Mike Evans that allowed the Heisman trophy winner to record such a monstrous game. The 6-foot-5, 225, Evans caught seven passes for an astounding 279 yards and a touchdown in the 49-42 shootout loss to Bama. Evans boxed out the Alabama defenders on several occasions, overpowering the Tide for an absurd 39.9 yards per catch. With Manziel tossing him passes, Evans could be the top wide receiver in the country this season.
Let's look at the rest of the ups and downs in this week's College Football Barometer.
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