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

“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.