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College Football Gambling Update: Texas A&M dumpster fire continues to burn bright as Murray leaves

12.18.2015     11:50 AM     Printer Friendly


Well, that was quick and abrupt. Texas A&M's Kyler Murray becomes the second quarterback to the leaves the Aggies prior to their bowl game vs. Louisville. A&M is left with third stringer Jake Hubenak who attempted 27 passes this season. The line on this game has gone crazy. A&M opened -3 but Kyle Allen left and then rumblings of Murray’s situation surfaced. The game was then bet to around a pick 'em but once Murray's departure was confirmed, the Cardinals reopened -3 and were hit up to as high as -4.5.

College Football Betting: Texas A&M has issues heading into Music City Bowl

12.17.2015     07:16 AM     View Original Blog
Where there's smoke, there's the potential for a dumpster fire. Something sure smells funny in College Station with quarterback Kyle Allen transferring and Kyler Murray close to doing the same. Murray reportedly wasn't at practice the other day and is currently mulling over his future. Keep in mind former QB Kenny Hill bailed on A&M and took off for TCU last season. There's also rumblings that offensive coordinator Jake Spavital is on the chopping block. Sportsbooks don't know what to think about A&M's Music City Bowl matchup vs. Louisville. The Aggies opened -3 but a number of offshore shops have taken the game off the board.

“I don’t know that I would call it considering. We had a discussion about all kinds of things. I’ve talked to a number players since we got back for the dead period. I’ve been gone for two weeks, we had an official visit weekend, and Kyler is one of many players I’ve talked to in the last few days about a lot of different issues. Like I said today, he is going through some personal things and I told him to stay home today and we’ll talk tomorrow.”

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