Prior to the its game against the Longhorns on November 24th, Mike Sherman got the oft-dreaded vote of confidence from Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin.
”As far as I’m concerned, yes. We don’t want to make any hasty moves, and we look forward to [Sherman] being our football coach in the future”
Following the Thanksgiving Day disaster that saw A&M, again, falter down the stretch, losing in the final – for now – Texas-Texas A&M game 27-25, a different tone now emanates from College Station.
"I've been talking to [athletic director] Bill Byrne for the last couple weeks," A&M President R. Bowen Loftin said Tuesday. "We're thinking hard about [the season and the future].”
The writing seems to be on the wall.
According to Football Rumor Mill:
“Multiple sources tell FRM TX A&M will fire Mike Sherman, barring any last minute change of heart”
Sherman, in four seasons at A&M has compiled a 25-25 overall record. This season was sup...