Sumlin defends Manziel and Texas A&M program amid a lack of discipline charges
College Station — It is too bad that Texas A&M football coach Kevin Sumlin, a linebacker during his playing days at Purdue, has no remaining eligibility to offer the folks in Aggieland.
His spirited defense of his quarterback and his program during Tuesday’s news conference marked the strongest resistance offered this season by anyone in maroon. If A&M defenders follow Sumlin’s lead Saturday, they’ll hold Sam Houston State to less than the 509 yards amassed by Rice during No. 7 A&M’s season-opening, 52-31 victory.
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