Texas A&M quarterback arrested on public intoxication charge

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Texas A&M sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill was arrested for public intoxication outside a College Station bar early Friday morning.

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According to the Bryan-College Station’s Eagle, Hill was passed out in a planter full of rocks and plants in front of Chimy’s restaurant bar. Hill was reportedly then asked who the president of the United States was, and he answered “Bush”. He then told the officers his name was “Kennedy”.

Hill, 19, is battling this spring with returner Matt Joeckel and early enrollee Kyle Allen for the starting job. He threw for 183 yards and one touchdown last season. The charge is a Class C misdemeanor.

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