A&M suspends QB Kenny Hill
COLLEGE STATION, TX (TheSpread) – Texas A&M sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill was suspended by the team following an arrest on early Friday morning.
Hills was arrested just prior to 3 a.m. on Friday morning on the charges of public intoxication, according to the Bryan-College Station Eagle. The Aggies announced that they had suspended him indefinitely from all athletic activities.
Hill was entering his sophomore season in 2014 and expected to contend for the starting quarterback job left by former Heisman winner Johnny Manziel. He appeared in five games during the 2013 season, going 16 of 22 passing for 183 yards and a touchdown.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Texas A&M has been given 50/1 odds to win the 2015 FBS Championship Game. Florida State is the current favorite with 4/1 odds, while Alabama has 6/1 odds.
The Aggies will open the 2014 season on Thursday, Aug. 28 when they hit the road to face South Carolina in a game that has yet to announce a kickoff time.