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Topic - Polo Manukainiu
Johnny Manziel won't be on the field when No. 7 Texas A&M opens the season against Rice on Saturday.
Damontre Moore helped recruit Polo Manukainiu to Texas A&M and remembered the day the two met.
A Texas A&M freshman lineman and an incoming member of the Utah football team have died in a rollover crash in New Mexico, officials said Tuesday.
Authorities say an 18-year-old man was the driver in a single-car crash that killed Texas A&M freshman football player Polo Manukainiu (mah-NOO'-ky-uh-noo) and a friend who was joining the Utah football team this fall.
Texas A&M said Tuesday that redshirt freshman Polo Manukainiu and a friend who was joining the Utah football team this fall were among three people killed in a single-car rollover crash in the high desert of northern New Mexico, stunning both schools just days before fall practices begin.
He said the football staff was working Tuesday to notify teammates of his death.