During his weekly press conference with the media, Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin spoke about the issues surrounding the quarterback position, and the team’s plan moving forward.
With Kyle Allen faltering over the last few weeks, Kyler Murray having yet to find a steady rhythm with is play and Jake Hubenak creeping up the depth chart, Sumlin has stated that the starting position is up for grabs heading into Saturday’s game against Vanderbilt.
Courtesy of TexAgs, a transcription of the quarterback discussion can be read below.
“We’ve talked about it as a staff, talked with our players and quarterbacks, we’ll practice this week, evaluate where we are in practice. We’ve had guys have good moments, some not so good moments. We’re looking for consistency out of the position and that’s what this week of practice will be about and we’ll name a starter as we get closer to game time.”
The Aggies started the season 5-0 before losing three of four. At 7-3 on the season, the team is likely heading for a bowl game, but there is still a lot of work to be done if the team wants any chance of actually taking home a victory in a postseason game.
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