When a football player comes along who's both captivating and unique, it's admittedly clichéd to say that we'll never see another one quite like him.
In the case of Johnny Manziel, it's not a cliché. It's gospel.
As he completes his quasi-farewell tour in two big games on the road against No. 22 LSU and No. 8 Missouri, my advice is to sit back and enjoy him.
He's truly one of a kind.
"You really can't compare him to a lot of guys," said LSU senior linebacker Lamin Barrow, who was part of the last defense to hold Manziel without a touchdown (rushing or passing), last season in the Tigers' 24-19 win over the Aggies.
"He just makes plays -- a lot of times with his feet -- that you can't prepare for. You think you've got him for a loss, and he spins out and throws the ball 40 yards down the field. It's not just one time, but he does it over and over again.