Report: Texas A&M's Kenny Hill arrested for public intoxication
Aggies quarterback Kenny Hill was arrested for public intoxication early Friday morning.
This is not a good start to Kenny Hill's bid to become Texas A&M's next starting quarterback.
According to The Eagle, citing College Station police reports, Hill was arrested early Friday morning for public intoxication. Hill was taken into custody around 3 a.m. when he was found passed out in a planter outside a local restaurant. When police asked Hill who the current president was he responded with "Bush." He has since been released after posting bail.
Public intoxication is a Class C misdemeanor and is punishable by a fine.
Whether or not this will lead to further punishment from the school remains to be seen, as Texas A&M is yet to comment on the arrest. Hill is expected to compete for the starting quarterback job in College Station this season as the Aggies try to replace Johnny Manziel.
Hill appeared in five games for the Aggies last season, completing 73 percent of his passes for 183 yards and a touchdown.
Our Latest Stories
Spanier was found guilty on one count of child endangerment
These five coaches need to win games in 2017
The Deadman gave a speech to the Texas football team, which listened on one knee
Trent Thompson was spotted at Georgia's spring practice
The ex-Notre Dame star may have started a change in postseason college football
When asked how you win the Heisman Trophy, Watson said 'I guess lose a couple games'