The Texas A&M Aggies will be involved in perhaps the biggest Week 2 game in the country, when No. 2 Clemson comes to Kyle Field.
Much like Alabama and Georgia (and even A&M itself this summer), the Tigers are trying to decide between two quarterbacks — superstar freshman Trevor Lawrence and incumbent starter Kelly Bryant.
Both played against Furman in an easy season-opening victory, and coach Dabo Swinney said on Sunday that he will continue to use both guys next weekend in College Station (via ESPN.com):
“We definitely will play both quarterbacks,” Swinney said. “There’s no doubt about that. Nothing happened [against Furman] to warrant not playing both those guys.”
Lawrence threw for 137 yards and three touchdowns against Furman. Bryant added 127 yards and a touchdown. Bryant also had a rushing score.
No matter who gets the bulk of the reps, the Aggies will have their hands full. The defense is going to need to bring an A+ effort to pull off the upset on Saturday.