Anthony Buzbee is a Houston attorney and a member of the Texas A&M Board of Regents. He is also apparently not much a fan of Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin, and last night’s historic collapse against UCLA was the final straw:
It’s worth noting that Sumlin’s five years as head coach at A&M have been the program’s best sustained five-year period of success since 1990 to 1994, when R.C. Slocum’s Aggies never won fewer than nine games in any season. Before Sumlin took over in 2012, the Aggies hadn’t had consecutive winning seasons since 1999. The Aggies have now won 44 of 66 games under Sumlin, and three of five bowl appearances. He’s done pretty well!
But tempers run hot after your team is brutally humiliated on national television in the first week of a new season. And at least one A&M regent now wants Sumlin gone.