The trophy case in College Station added another item on Sunday. After leading a non-automatic qualifier to the brink of the BCS and taking the SEC by storm with his air raid spread offense is the next career move for Texas A&M Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin wrestling champion?
Texags.com’s Billy Liucci tweeted Sumlin celebrating in the ring with wrestler Albert Del Rio at a WWE show in College Station. Sumlin was awarded an honorary world championship belt.
Sumlin coached Texas A&M to an 11-2 finish in his debut season as Aggies’ head coach, punctuated with a rout of Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl. With a Cotton Bowl trophy and WWE world title for his case, Sumlin’s ultimate goal is a crystal ball.
Texas A&M loses highly coveted offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, standout defensive end Damontre Moore and wide receiver Ryan Swope from the 2012 lineup. However, offensive lineman Jake Matthews returned for another season of providing protection to Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel.