Could we have a quarterback controversy brewing in College Station? After a poor first half by starter Kyle Allen, which featured two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns, head coach Kevin Sumlin decided to switch things up and bring in freshman Kyler Murray to "spark" the offense. The move wasn't necessarily met with a great response from Allen, who raised his eyebrows on the sideline after taking off his helmet.
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Murray is 2-of-3 for 21 yards, but Allen has reentered the game in the third quarter. This will be something to watch moving forward.