The Kevin Sumlin era in College Station has come to an end. The university has fired their Head Football Coach after 6 seasons with the program. Sumlin will finish his career with a 51-26 record, but could never take A&M to the next level in the College Football world.
Sumlin finished his first two seasons with an 11-2 record and a 9-4 record with Johnny Manziel at quaterback, but posted back-to-back-to-back 8-5 seasons and a 7-5 record this season following Manziel’s departure for the NFL Draft. What hurt him most is that the team never finished with a winning SEC record following the 2012 season. Sumlin should get another head coaching job at another school after being 25 wins above .500 with Texas A&M, and a fresh start isn’t necessarily bad for him. Meanwhile, the team will move on and prepare for their Bowl game.