It didn't take long for Texas A&M to roll out an improvement at quarterback.
Texas A&M will begin LSU move Max Johnson at quarterback during the current end of the week's standoff with Miami, per Billy Liucci of TexAgs.com.
Haynes Lord began the initial two games for the Aggies. In those games, he finished 64.7 percent of his pass endeavors for 461 yards with three scores and two captures.
Lord's creation wasn't awful using any and all means, yet Texas A&M lead trainer Jimbo Fisher hoped for something else out of his
quarterback - particularly since the group's initial two rivals were Sam Houston State and Appalachian State.
Johnson was the beginning quarterback for LSU during the 2021 season. The lefty gunman finished 60.3 percent of his passes for 2,815 yards with 27 scores and six captures.