It's generally assumed that Kyler Murray will be Oklahoma's starting quarterback in 2018. 

Sooners coach Lincoln Riley doesn't see it that way -- publicly, at least -- with Murray and redshirt sophomore Austin Kendall expected to battle for the gig this summer.

Speaking to reporters at Big 12 Media Days, Riley made it clear that Murray hasn't been named the starter heading into preseason camp. Riley was asked how Oklahoma's offense will change with Murray behind center, to which he responded "Kyler's not the quarterback yet." 

Murray is a more gifted athlete and more creative player than Kendall. However, if Oklahoma's spring game was any indication, Kendall has shown the potential to move the offense just as well as -- if not slightly better than -- Murray.