The biggest news of the weekend was easily the news that Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen had been released from his scholarship and would be allowed to transfer this year. He already said that Oklahoma may be a good fit for him, but it looks like he could be looking to stay in-state at this point.
According to CBS Houston, Allen was in town on Sunday to meet with Houston head coach Tom Herman. In his first season with the Cougars, Herman was one of the more successful coaches in the country and his offense was the reason for that.
Herman just recently signed a five-year extension with the Cougars and that would do tons for Allen’s confidence with the team. Allen would also have two seasons of eligibility left after next season, which would be quarterback Greg Ward Jr.’s final with the team.
In two seasons with the Aggies, Allen threw for over 3,500 yards, 33 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions.
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