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With Tom Herman on his way to Texas, it looks like the Houston Cougars could have to fill more than just the head coaching spot.

According to Rivals and SiriusXM analyst Alex Dunlap, former Texas A&M transfer quarterback Kyle Allen could be on the move again, as he could follow Herman to Texas.

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Allen had transferred to Houston last year, and he was expected to be Houston’s go-to plan after the transfer of senior quarterback Greg Ward Jr. However, it now appears that Allen could be eligible as a graduate transfer, meaning he could play immediately if he does make the move to play with the Longhorns.

Allen, a former five-star recruit, was the starter for Texas A&M in 2015. He threw for 2,210 yards and 17 touchdowns before announcing his intention to transfer.

[H/T SEC Country]

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