Monday, June 14, 2010

Gene Stallings Wants Texas A&M To Stay Put

It's been almost 15 years since Gene Stallings paced the sideline as Alabama's head coach. Now Stallings is a Texas A&M regent and it's his desire that the Aggies remain in the Big 12 Conference, or what's left of it.

Stalling told the Associated Press Monday that keeping the Big 12 together would “would tickle me to death.”

If the Aggies must make the move than Stallings would rather see Texas A&M land in the SEC than the Pac 10.

By the way, Stallings played at Texas A&M for Paul W. "Bear" Bryant in the 1950's and was a member of the famed "Junction Boys".

He was Texas A&M's head football coach from 1965-1971 going 27-45-1 win one Southwest Conference title (1967).
Photos Courtesy: Texas A&M

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