Texas A&M fired head coach Mike Sherman on Thursday after the Aggies finished the regular season a disappointing 6-6. Athletic director Bill Byrne said in a statement...

"I appreciate coach Sherman's selfless service to Texas A&M as our head football coach and his tireless efforts in building leaders of character," "He is truly one of the great offensive minds in football, both collegiate and professional, and I know that he has much to offer the game of football in the future."
Houston's Kevin Sumlin is A&M's top choice, a source told ESPN, with Louisville's Charlie Strong, Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart and Southern Mississippi's Larry Fedora also under consideration.

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