Despite Texas A&M freshman quarterback Kyler Murray’s mind apparently being on transferring, head coach Kevin Sumlin doesn’t seem to worried. In fact, Brent Zwerneman of The Houston Chronicle tweeted that Sumlin expects Murray back at practice tomorrow and to start for the Aggies in the Music City Bowl against Louisville on the 30th.
This certainly contradicts earlier reports, which suggest that Murray is unhappy in College Station and would like to transfer, and that Sumlin and the coaching staff have told him to take time to think about it while also working to convince him to stay.
If Murray does indeed leave, he would join fellow quarterback Kyle Allen in players who have opted to transfer out of the program and likely leave the Aggies with Jake Hubenak as the starter against Louisville.
Either way, nothing on this story is definite yet until Murray himself confirms or denies the report, so stay tuned to Campus Sports for any and all further updates.
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