According to Billy Liucci of TexAgs.com, freshman Kyler Murray will get the start at quarterback for Texas A&M Saturday against South Carolina. Murray, who was reportedly at odds with the coaching staff just last week, will get the nod over both Kyle Allen, who started the team's first seven games, and Jake Hubenak, who replaced Allen last week against Ole Miss. On the season, Murray is 17-of-31 for 167 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
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This will be Murray's first collegiate start. He'll be taking on a South Carolina squad with a 1-4 SEC record.