Oklahoma’s head football coach, Lincoln Riley, made a surprising comment about his quarterback, Kyler Murray, earlier this week.Murray, a top 10 pick in the 2018 MLB Draft, is believed to be playing his final season of football. He’ll suit up for the Sooners this fall and then head off to the minor leagues.Riley, though, said he wasn’t sure if the 2018 season would be his last one with the Sooners. He was asked how he’s going to handle this being Murray’s final season.“Well, I’m not gonna really … decide how I want to handle that,” Riley said. “We’ll see if it’s his final year. That hasn’t really been determined yet. I’m not worried about it if it is or if it isn’t. That’s gonna have no impact on this year.“My hope through this whole thing is that Kyler is gonna be able to do what he wants to do. If he wants to go play baseball after this year, then we’ll wish him well and be happy for him. But the ball’s gonna be in his court, which is where it should be.”Murray’s agent has since responded to this idea.“Kyler’s baseball career has a very defined path which includes playing football at OU for only the 2018 season,” Boras told The Athletic.Murray was the No. 9 overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft by the Oakland A’s. If he ends up playing football for more than one season, that would be major news to them.