And the carousel keeps spinning.
Texas A&M has found their coach to lead them into their first season of SEC football.
That coach is now former Houston coach Kevin Sumlin.
Sumlin will take over the Aggie program after 4-years of leading the Cougars to 35 wins. In that time, the enhanced their reputation as one of the premier offensive programs in the NCAA.
There was a buzz on Friday that A&M was trying to woo Georgia coach Mark Richt, a rumor that we never believed.
Sumlin takes over a program that struggle under former coach Mike Sherman after going 6-6 this past season. Sherman was informed that he lost his job via Twitter. A&M has not announced a press conference yet, it is assumed that will take place on Monday.