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Just one day after leading Texas A&M to a runner-up finish in the College World Series, Jim Schlossnagle is leaving College Station to be the new head coach at Texas.

Schlossnagle spent the last three seasons at Texas A&M, compiling a 135–62 (.685) overall record.

He came to College Station after 18 seasons with TCU and a 734–343 (.682) overall record.

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CanebreakCajun17 days
8&4 gonna 8&4.
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JLFVFFL17 days
LMAO! In his press conference he said "I left my family to coach at A&M. I have sacrificed a lot to be here. I never want another coaching job!" "Write that." Then got up and walked out of the presser.

I guess moneys talks anf BS walks. What a spineless POS.

Go Vols! 2024 MCWS National Champions!!!!!!!!
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Warwick17 days
boy hes taking a beating in the national media. those rumors outta ft worth and col station arent helping his reputation either
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Shamoan17 days
Ouch…pour one out for aTm. Loyalty has its price. I’m now glad state didn’t hire this clown in 2019. Wow…
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LSU Tiger Eyes17 days
Just found out he is only 53, the man has not aged well and most have aged 10 more years in the last 48 hours.!
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LatinTiger3017 days
He's got a losing record vs LSU.
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