By John P. Lopez
Kyle Allen, who started parts of two seasons for Texas A&M, was in Houston Sunday to explore transfer opportunities with Cougars’ head coach Tom Herman, SportsRadio 610 has been told by a source.
Allen, a former five-star recruit out of Scottsdale, Ariz., met with Herman and at least one other member of the Houston Cougars staff at an undisclosed location in town. After sitting out the 2016 season, which will be Greg Ward Jr.’s final season, Allen will have two seasons of eligibility.
In 14 starts for the Aggies, Allen passed for more than 3,500-yards and 33 touchdowns. Before taking over at the University of Houston, Herman recruited Allen while the offensive coordinator at Ohio State.