The Texas A&M Aggies certainly haven’t had a good week. First, Kyle Allen announced that he would be transferring last Saturday, but that was only the beginning of the bad news for the Aggies.
Wednesday night, it was announced that wide receiver Speedy Noil had been suspended for the Music City Bowl and the 2016 opener against UCLA. Thursday afternoon, the rumors were confirmed as Kyler Murray officially announced that he had requested a release from the program and had been granted it.
We don’t know where Murray will ended up, but we do know where he won’t end up. Per ESPN’s Sam Khan Jr., Murray’s release states that he won’t be able to transfer to another SEC school or a future opponent for the Aggies.
This means that Murray can not transfer out to any of the 13 SEC schools plus another 10 schools, including UCLA, Clemson, and UTSA. Murray was a pretty big baseball prospect out of high school as well, so he could certainly switch sports and focus on that instead.
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