A year ago, the Cougars ran 561 times against 523 passes. That a near 50-50 split. In today’s pass-happy age, it’s also a bit of a rarity.
Allen, who spent the 2016 season serving as Houston’s scout team quarterback due to NCAA transfer rules, threw for 3,532 yards, 33 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in his two-year Aggie career.
He’s not immobile, but the Arizona native is built to sling it.
“He’s talented,” Houston first-year offensive coordinator Brian Johnson told 247Sports. “He’s really, really talented.”