Three years ago, Texas A&M thought they had found the savior of their football program in head coach Mike Sherman, formerly of “the League’s” Green Bay Packers. Of course, the Aggies said that when former coach Dennis Franchione came to College Station as well, and we know how that turned out.
Yet, despite modest improvements, the pressure’s already on Sherman to turn things around even further – especially on the heels of A&M’s loss to Oklahoma State last night in dramatic fashion. If the in-state and conference losses continue to pile up – especially against key opponents like Texas, oklahoma, and Oklahoma State who have all shown they belong among the Big 12’s South division elite, the Aggie faithful won’t be patient for long.
Based on that premise, FOX Sports reporter Thayer Evans took a hard look at whether or not Sherman was the right man for the job in Aggieland. What do you think? Is Sherman destined for a long-term stay at Texas A&M? Or, could he be out of a job come December?