Texas A&M is preparing to move on from Kevin Sumlin as their head football coach, according to a report. The Read Optional’s Trey Wallace says Sumlin is not expected to be back as the Aggies’ football coach in 2018. He says the communications department has been asked to begin working on strategies for communicating the coach’s exit after the season. They say A&M would likely have an interim coach for their bowl game. Football Scoop also reported Sunday that change is coming to Texas A&M, but they did not specify the nature of the change. Sumlin has been on the hot seat in College Station for around two seasons. Since going 11-2 in his first season as head coach, the year Johnny Manziel won the Heisman Trophy, Sumlin has not met A&M’s high expectations.
Texas A&M preparing to move on from Kevin Sumlin
Yardbarker | Nov 5