Was it all Johnny Manziel’s passing arm, or was it a combination of Manziel’s arm andTexas A&M’s pass-minded offense that were responsible for the former Heisman winner amassing so much yardage through the airways during his stint at A&M? Manziel is gone, but Kenny Hill has picked up where Johnny football left off. The talented quarterback threw for 551 yards in his very first start to break Manziel’s single-game passing record. Hill completed 44-60 passes with three touchdowns in the Aggies’ 52-28 win over South Carolina. It ended the Gamecocks’ 18-game home winning streak.