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  1. I first saw this reported from Texans' beat writer John McClain of Chron.com. He was covering the Texans vs. Miami game this weekend. In an interview with Mike Sherman, the ex head coach of the Texas A&M Aggies and the new offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins, Sherman commented on Texas A&M's first game and their move to the SEC. He also managed to say he thought Texas was in Texas A&M's shadow... His comments on the SEC: “Some thought I didn’t want to go to the SEC,” Sherman said today. “I didn’t have a problem going to the SEC as long as it was for the right reasons. I did have a problem with those Aggies who wanted to go to the SEC to get out of Texas’ shadow. His follow up comments about Texas and Texas A&M: “I’ve never thought A&M was in Texas’ shadow. When they stood together, I thought Texas was in A&M’s shadow, but not enough (Aggies) realized it.” Ultimate Texans » Ex-A&M coach Sherman says Longhorns were in Aggies’ shadow David Ubben of ESPN.com responded with this: "Define "shadow" however you want, but Texas A&M's accomplishments don't measure up to Texas'. Maybe that changes in the SEC, but Texas A&M has a long way to go to catch up." Mike Sherman: Texas in A&M's shadow - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN And I respond with this: hahahaha silly Mike.
  2. I just about fell out of my chair laughing so hard and seeing the tweets to David Ubben regarding his assessment of the Aggie football season. He gives the Aggies the following grades: Offense - D+ Defense - D Overall - F Take a peek for yourself - Season report card: Texas A&M Aggies - Big 12 Blog - ESPN Poor Aggies.
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