In case you didn’t hear by now, Texas A&M was up 44-10 in the third quarter against UCLA. And yet Kevin Sumlin’s team lost anyway.
In one of the most memorable chokejobs in recent memory, the Aggies squandered what should have been an insurmountable lead, only to watch the Bruins complete the comeback on quarterback Josh Rosen’s fake spike touchdown pass. Understandably, that has Texas A&M fans — already concerned about Sumlin’s job performance coming into the season — frustrated. One person close to the program, Texas A&M regent Tony Buzbee, let his frustration be known after the game, saying on Facebook that Sumlin ‘needs to go:’
— Justin 🤠 (@IDontRentPigs) September 4, 2017
While last night’s loss stands on its own as an indictment of Sumlin’s performance on its own, it is nonetheless interesting to see someone in a position of responsibility at the university speak out so strongly against the Texas A&M head coach.