Sophomore quarterback Kyle Allen said on his Twitter site that he is leaving Texas A&M.
Allen played in 10 games this season and threw for 2,210 yards and 17 touchdowns.
But he lost his job when he threw three interceptions in a loss to Alabama. Two were returned for touchdowns.
Texas A&M’s website reported that Allen has been granted his release.
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Freshman Kyler Murray and Jake Hubenak have struggled to replace Allen. Murray is expected to start against Louisville in the Music City Bowl.
FoxSports.com reported that Oklahoma may be a landing spot for Allen, who is from Scottsdale, Ariz.
“Oklahoma comes to mind because it does fit all those things, and my old [high school] teammate [Mark Andrews] is a receiver there, and coach [Bob] Stoops is an all-time great coach,” Allen told FoxSports.com.