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Talented Texas A&M sophomore quarterback Kyle Allen announced via Twitter Thursday night that he will be transferring to another school.

Allen says that “Oklahoma comes to mind” as a possible destination, according to a report from Bruce Feldman with Fox Sports.

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Allen started nine games this season for the Aggies finishing 160-283, with 2,210 yards, 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

He is a former five-star prospect from Scottsdale, Arizona.
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Street Hawk100 months
Why not LSU? Lord knows we need help at QB.
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siliconvalleytiger100 months
I don't blame him.
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iknowmorethanyou100 months
Gonna end up with Uncle Dennis in San Marcos.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy100 months
He and Christian Kirk were a package deal coming out of HS I believe....is Kirk staying?
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BadAgg7100 months
well...shite.
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Pavoloco83100 months
Dear Kyle. Come to Auburn. Start tomorrow. signed Gus.
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FishFearMe100 months
Needs to go somewhere that has less competition for PT.
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ISEN_AG100 months
*The shittiest OC in the SEC made him quit.
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houndstoothbandit100 months
SEC make his arse quit.
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