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Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin announced Monday that quarterback Kyle Allen will start for the Aggies when they open up the season against Arizona State.

Per The Chronicle:

Allen earned the nod over freshman Kyler Murray and sophomore Jake Hubenak. Allen started the last five games of 2014, in finishing 3-2 and leading the 8-5 Aggies to a 41-38 victory at then-No. 3 Auburn. He also earned Liberty Bowl most valuable player honors in A&M’s comeback victory over West Virginia.
Texas A&M opens their season on Sept. 5 against Arizona State at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX.
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He better not get an ankle sprain or Kyler Murray will have his job..
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