Coach Kevin Sumlin said Wednesday that he has not had discussions with Texas A&M about his future less than 24 hours after a report indicated that he'll be terminated, win or lose, following his team's regular-season finale. While making his weekly appearance on the SEC coaches teleconference, Sumlin was asked about the report by the Houston Chronicle, but said he hasn't spoken to Aggies' athletic director Scott Woodward this week. "I haven't talked to Scott since Saturday after the game," Sumlin said on Wednesday. When asked on Tuesday at his weekly press conference whether he expected to return in 2018, Sumlin said he did. Informed by a reporter that some in the media have been told otherwise, Sumlin said "I hadn't heard that." Sumlin, who is in his sixth season at Texas A&M, is 51-25 at the school but speculation about his job security has been rampant throughout this season, particularly in recent weeks after the Aggies dropped consecutive home games to Mississippi State and Auburn. The Aggies haven't finished a regular season with more than eight wins since 2013 and are currently 7-4.
Sumlin responds to report he'll be fired: 'I hadn't heard that'
ESPN | Nov 22