Texas A&M comes off of its victory over UCLA with a chance to tweak some things against FCS opponent Prairie View A&M as the Aggies continue to hone the offense with first year quarterback Trevor Knight.
During the SEC coaches teleconference on Wednesday, Head coach Kevin Sumlin said that he will continue to tweak the offense to fit the strengths of Knight, who Transferred from Oklahoma this offseason and won the starting job.
“With Trevor, even though he’s an experienced guy, he hadn’t played in 19 months — I mean starting a game,” Sumlin said. “We were learning about him in a live setting and in situational football. He’s learned about himself too with a different offense.”
Knight was 22 for 42 for 239 yards with a touchdown and an interception on Saturday against UCLA. Sumlin said expressed confidence in being able to tailor the approach to fit Knight and the receivers.