Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin said during his weekly radio show Wednesday that the report speculating offensive coordinator Jake Spavital will be let go at the end of the season is not true.
“I’m not going to talk about where that (report) came from,” Sumlin said of the report, according to Houston Chronicle’s Brent Zwerneman. “That didn’t come from me… At this point there’s always going to be conjecture… There’s nothing factual about that report.”
Texas A&M has struggled lately, losing three of the last four games, and much of the blame has been pointed at the offense. The Aggies switched quarterbacks after the loss against Ole Miss during Week 8 and the offense has only generated 36 points in the three losses, including Saturday’s 26-10 loss to Auburn.
One Texas A&M fan was so frustrated by the team’s recent slump that they listed Spavital “for sale” on Craigslist.