Who will start under center for Texas A&M in its upcoming bowl game? The answer remains very much up in the air in light of this week’s developments.
Freshman quarterback Kyler Murray did not show up for the Aggies’ practice on Thursday, according to Gigem247.com.
This comes less than 24 hours removed a report stated that Murray wanted to transfer from the university, which coach Kevin Sumlin addressed on Wednesday.
Sumlin informed the media that Murray was excused from practice to further think about his future. However, Sumlin added that he expected Murray to start for Texas A&M in the Music City Bowl on Dec. 30.
This leaves continued uncertainty regarding Murray’s future. Is the quarterback still contemplating transferring from A&M or still considering all of his options?
Murray, a former 5-star recruit, appeared in eight games for the Aggies. He threw for 686 yards, five touchdowns and seven interceptions. Murray also amassed 335 rushing yards and a touchdown.
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Posted by SEC Country on Friday, June 24, 2016