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Former Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill announced that he will transfer to TCU. Per the Star-Telegram:
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“Two Mondays from now,” Hill said, asked when he starts classes at TCU.

Hill also said he has been on campus already to watch spring practice and get a jump on learning the offense. It was expected that he wanted to transfer to TCU.

Hill threw for 2649 yards and 23 touchdowns with 8 interceptions in the 2014 for the Aggies, but was replaced after week 8 by freshman Kyle Allen.

He will sit out the 2015 season and be eligible to play in 2016.
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Typical. You don't think you can hack it at the college you originally committed to so you take your toys out the sandbox for greener pastures.
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Darn! We all thought he could walk on water after the S. Carolina game.
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Kenny "Trill"... What a joke.
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What's he going to do when he gets there?
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remember when he almost won the heisman after beating USC last year?
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Texas A&M where talent goes to waste
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#inb4TrillIsGone
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Man, that "huge" win over USCe last season is a distant memo. Johnny who??
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