Eye on College Football Podcast: Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin joins the Eye On College Football Podcast to discuss Year Two in the SEC, then Chip Patterson and Tom Fornelli discuss Gordon Gee's retirement and other offseason storylines.
The Eye On College Football Podcast is back with an special early June edition of the show. Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin was kind enough to take some time to discuss the transition from Year One to Year Two with the surging Aggies program.
Below, you can hear Sumlin explain why he thinks his team will avoid complacency after a historic first year in the SEC. He also weighs in on the offensive coordinator transition, giving credit to running backs coach Clarence McKinney for helping guide the offense from Kliff Kingsbury to Jake Spavital.
Sumlin has also been doing some work with EA Sports and the NCAA Football 14 crew. The Texas A&M coach chimes in on the updated dynasty mode in the new game, yet he refuses to acknowledge if the Aggies' playbook in the game is accurate -- you never know who's listening, Sumlin argues.
Tom Fornelli and I wrap the show with a brief discussion of Gordon Gee, Eddie Vanderdoes and other offseason storylines. Remember, you can subscribe to the Eye On College Football Podcast on iTunes and get new episodes as soon as they are posted.
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