Texas A&M Football Assistant Coach Resigns

Unfortuantely for the Texas A&M Aggies, recent history suggests that the football team will be decimated by key coaches or assistants leaving or resigning at inopportune times.

Today, that story is true again as Texas A&M wide receivers coach Steve Kragthorpe – who was in his first year back in College Station after being fired as head coach at Louisiville last season – resigned due to family medical issues.

In his stead, head coach Mike Sherman has hired Troy Walters, who was coaching the offense at Division I-AA Indiana State in 2009, but has a successful history as a wide receiver in college and the NFL.

With QB Jerrod Johnson’s “passing efficiency” becoming the hot topic among Collie-owning agricultural experts in the Texas hill country, here’s hoping the Aggie faithful can bet their bucks on Walters coming in and keeping those wide receivers moving in a positive direction leading in to the 2010 season.

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