Kevin Sumlin addressed two subjects immediately at Tuesday's press conference for the South Carolina game.
First, the quarterback position is wide open and a starter will be named Friday. Starter Kyle Allen, freshman second-teamer Kyler Murray and sophomore Jake Hubanek will all get their shot, according to Sumlin.
"Monday morning, [we] met with all three quarterbacks at 9:30 and said here is where we are as a team," Sumlin said. "All three have played great, some bad. We are looking for consistency across the board and cutting down on turnovers. This week will be evaluated in practice in leadership skills, communication with players and coaching staff."
Sumlin opened said there was no dissension in the A&M locker room as had been reported the day after the 23-3 loss at Ole Miss.
"I think times like this as a team there is speculation and people wonder what is the pulse of team, and I can tell you after meeting with football team on Monday," Sumlin said. "It’s not a divided football team, by players, by positions. I would say the word is frustrated. Fans, coaches, me and if not frustrated, that would be another issue. Had open discusssions about where we are and that we need to get ship turned to where we need to go. Notice I didn’t say turned around."