Found September 30, 2013 on
They are the two biggest programs in Texas, going in two different directions, and yet both could be facing coaching changes at season’s end.
Mack Brown is one of the most successful coaches in recent history. From 1998-2010, a span of 192 weeks, his Longhorns were ranked in the Coach’s Poll. For nine straight seasons (2001-09) he led Texas to 10+ wins.
The man knows a thing or two about recruiting and guiding teams to victory, but over the last few seasons he seems to have lost his magic.
Kevin Sumlin is one of the rising stars in college football. For four seasons he quietly guided some of the most high-powered offenses in recent college football history in Houston. In one season with Texas A&M he has lifted the ‘other’ college team in Texas up.
The Aggies under Sumlin have become the team in Texas and a national title contender, and there is a chance that he and Mack Brown could be coaching somewhere else next season (or not at all)....
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The Hogs fought hard, but they came up short against the Aggies this Saturday in Fayetteville. Arkansas gave it all they had for the entire game. The largest score gap of the game was only 14 points which came after an insane 7-yard pass from Manziel to Mike Evans in the second quarter. Arkansas quickly closed the gap before halftime with a touchdown and a field goal which made the...
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Texas A&M entered its game against Arkansas last in the Southeastern Conference in total defense.
After allowing 483 yards to the Razorbacks, the No. 9 Aggies still rank last - allowing an average of 476.8 yards per game - but they made just enough critical stops in the second half to hold on for a 45-33 win over Arkansas on Saturday night.
Texas A&M (4-1, 1-1 SEC) entered...
Could sunny Southern California lure Kevin Sumlin from College Station? (Photo courtesy: USA Today Sports)
With Lane Kiffin officially out at USC, CBR is looking at the candidates considered to be the Trojans' next head coach. First up is the man who has brought the Texas A&M Aggies back to prominence.
USC Coach Candidate: Kevin Sumlin
Current job: Texas A&M head...