Texas A&M is making its SEC debut with former Houston Cougars coach Kevin Sumlin at the helm. So if it was to replace athletic director Bill Byrne with UH's Mack Rhoades, as Brent Zwerneman reports is a possibility, might they next also take Houston's slightly more correct use of logo beveling?
The Houston side remains cautious about Rhoades making the hour-and-a-half drive to the northwest, but Sam Khan Jr. points out the excellent job the AD has done, from facilities to conference realignment to football success, and finds Rhoades to be an obviously desirable potential candidate. And he'd pair up with Sumlin again after hiring Tony Levine as UH's replacement.
Rhoades has been at Houston for three years, leading the Akron Zips previously. He also spent seven years with the UTEP Miners as an assistant. He also has Marquette and Yale athletic department experience, and Yale is pretty much the SEC these days, am I right? No.