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Texas A&M suspends freshman QB Kenny Hill for a violation of team rules

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: November 1st, 2014 at 11:39 AM EST

Earlier this week, the Texas A&M coaching staff made the announcement that freshman Kenny Hill was replaced by fellow freshman Kyle Allen. The No. 1 ranked pocket passer quarterback recruit in 2014 will get his first start today against Louisiana-Monroe.

Allen will also start next week, as Hill has been suspended for two weeks. The team is only reporting it was a violation of teams rules that causes his suspension.

Kenny Hill (Getty Images)

Kenny Hill (Getty Images)

It is not clear at the moment what Hill did to get the suspension. Hill will not dress for today’s game either, and no announcement has been made if he’ll actually be at the stadium.

Hill has struggled in recent weeks, as he’s started the team’s first 8 games of the season up until today. The past three weeks have been three straight losses, including throwing six interceptions during this time. He also had six touchdowns during this same time span.

In the first five games of the season, he had 17 touchdowns to just two interceptions.

Hill has been given his second suspension of the year with this latest incident. In March, during spring football, he was arrested for public intoxication after he was passed out in the Northgate Bar District in College Station.

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