Former Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen tried to find a sublet for his old apartment in College Station, Texas. Too bad there weren’t many takers.
Allen, who transferred from Texas A&M in December, tweeted an advertisement on social media trying to find someone who may be willing to take his room in a four-bedroom residence.
Need to find someone to take over my room in College Station ASAP. Part of a four bedroom in the barracks for 600$ a month.
— Kyle Allen (@KyleAllen_10) January 28, 2016
Unfortunately for Allen, the responses didn’t convey any substantial interest. And the responses were quite witty.
@KyleAllen_10 Can I back out halfway through the lease if it doesn't go how I like?
— Kenny Garcia (@kennygarcia_13) January 28, 2016
@KyleAllen_10 Can I have your scholarship too?
— Dr. Bean (@justice_bean7) January 28, 2016
@KyleAllen_10 are you going to help me move in or are you going to throw a football to the other team for a TD three times?
— Tyrel (@TyrelMoliliswan) January 29, 2016
@KyleAllen_10 Former Aggie Player here… You should have known this wasn't going to go well. Not mad you left, but this is hilarious!!
— Micheal Price (@passionatework) January 29, 2016
@KyleAllen_10 Would you describe it as us transferring to a different room?
— Johnny Armstrong (@joh12nny) January 30, 2016
@KyleAllen_10 if we live there do we get to transfer next year?
— Spencer Barrett (@spencerbar_) January 28, 2016
It seems that fans still haven’t gotten over Allen’s sudden departure from the program.