On the heels of the news that freshman QB Kyle Allen would get the start for the Aggies is the news that former Heisman-frontrunner Kenny Hill has been suspended.
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Shortly after the news broke that freshman QB Kyle Allen would start for the Texas A&M Aggies against LA Monroe instead of QB Kenny Hill, ESPN reported via Twitter that Hill has been suspended two games for an unspecified violation of team rules.
Texas A&M QB Kenny Hill has been suspended 2 games for violating team rules. (via @McMurphyESPN)
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) November 1, 2014
Hill currently has 23 TDs on the season to only 8 INTs and has a season-best 58 yard rushing play for the Aggies. However, Hill failed to get the Aggies on the board two weeks ago against the Alabama Crimson Tide, leading to his benching, but with the news breaking about the suspension, it’s worth wondering if Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin would have benched Hill without the rules violation.
Allen will get his first start of the season. He has 3 TDs and 2 INTs in four games played in spot duty.