BRYAN -- With both Stephen McGee and Jerrod Johnson nursing separated shoulders, it's unknown who will be the starting quarterback when Texas A&M takes on Army Saturday morning at 11:30.
A&M head football coach Mike Sherman expects that either McGee or Johnson will be healthy enough to take the field against the Black Knights. Sherman said he was going to play both of them in the New Mexico game before McGee went down on the team's opening drive.
Sherman was hammered by the media about who his starting quarterback would be Saturday. He said on at least two occasions that it would be a game time decision and wouldn't speculate 6 days out as to who would be healthy enough to play.
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