Reports surfaced Wednesday afternoon that Texas A&M quarterback Kyler Murray was strongly considering a transfer away from College Station.

The news was shocking, considering that fellow Aggies quarterback Kyle Allen announced his intention to transfer less than a week ago. Murray missed Wednesday’s practice for the Music City Bowl, after which coach Kevin Sumlin told the media that he expects the true freshman back at practice tomorrow.

It’s unclear whether Murray will transfer or what exactly his grievances are, but he and his father met with Sumlin at some point Wednesday.

On Wednesday night, Allen released a cryptic message via Twitter. Perhaps he just decided it was a good time to dispense free relationship advice. Or, more likely, Allen was sending a message about why he will transfer and why Murray is thinking of a similar move.

It was not a good day in College Station, as the Aggies also suspended receiver Speedy Noil for the bowl game and lost a commitment from a four-star receiver.

Signs point to Sumlin facing some serious decisions about offensive coordinator Jake Spavital and other staff members after the bowl game.

Nick Banks, a star outfielder for the Aggies — remember, Murray also is a member of the baseball team — made a strong statement regarding the team’s quarterbacks and the internal rivalries that have been brewing at the position since Johnny Manziel left for the NFL.