COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- Johnny Manziel has left Texas A&M for the NFL and coach Kevin Sumlin has yet to decide who will replace the Heisman Trophy winner at quarterback.
With less than three weeks before the opener, sophomore Kenny Hill and freshman Kyle Allen are vying for the job.
Sumlin has talked to his veterans about helping whoever gets the job. He says: "It's incumbent on the other 10 guys who are on the field to make the offense quarterback friendly."
Hill had very limited action last season, appearing in four games and finishing with 183 yards passing. Allen was one of the top quarterback prospects in the nation after throwing for more than 8,000 yards and 86 touchdowns in his career at Desert Mountain high school in Scottsdale, Arizona.