As the college football nation watched Kenny Hill thrash South Carolina's defense on Aug. 28, many began to compare the Texas A&M quarterback to his predecessor, Johnny Manziel. Since the redshirt sophomore is replacing the Aggies' most recent Heisman winner, some began to call Hill "Kenny Football" in homage to Manziel's nickname.
Hill doesn't like that nickname, though. He prefers "Kenny Trill."
The parents of the Aggies' leader applied for a trademark for the name.
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If Hill continues to play like he has through two weeks, the parents might want to apply for a, "Kenny Heisman," trademark, too. The dual-threat quarterback has the third-best odds to win the award, per Bovada.
Texas A&M hosts Rice this Saturday. The game will kickoff at 9 p.m. E.T.