By Andy Staples
March 11, 2014
Kenny Hill will compete with Kyle Allen and Matt Joeckel to replace Johnny Manziel as the Texas A&M QB.
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Sumlin remains confident that he and his staff can build the offense around whoever wins the job. There isn't another Manziel on the roster, but there wasn't another Keenum on the roster when Sumlin first took over in Aggieland. Somehow, the offense managed to move the ball. "It's just a coincidence, I guess," Sumlin said. Then he laughed as hard as his quarterbacks did at their teammate's memory of Mucus Lucas.

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