Coaches across college football rightfully will defend the uneven efforts of first-time starting quarterbacks. Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin won’t have that duty. His guy, Kenny Hill, could not have scripted a better performance with a school-record 511 passing yards against what was supposed to be a stout South Carolina Gamecocks defense.
Coaches across college football rightfully will defend the uneven efforts of first-time starting quarterbacks. Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin won’t have that duty. His guy, Kenny Hill, could not have scripted a better performance with a school-record 511 passing yards against what was supposed to be a stout South Carolina Gamecocks defense. Rainier Ehrhardt The Associated Press
Coaches across college football rightfully will defend the uneven efforts of first-time starting quarterbacks. Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin won’t have that duty. His guy, Kenny Hill, could not have scripted a better performance with a school-record 511 passing yards against what was supposed to be a stout South Carolina Gamecocks defense. Rainier Ehrhardt The Associated Press

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