Texas A&M has been without a new athletic director for more than a month now, with Bill Byrne retiring early in May. Since then, Houston's Mack Rhoades and Georgia Tech's Dan Radakovich have been rumored targets, but each is staying put. Now South Carolina's Eric Hyman is reportedly the leader, with Chip Brown reporting some specifics:
Look for Texas A&M to name South Carolina's Eric Hyman as its new AD after the July 4th holiday.— Chip Brown (@ChipBrownOB) June 29, 2012
Hyman has Texas experience, having run TCU's athletic department for 13 years previously, earning 2004 AD of the year honors there. He's also worked at Miami (Ohio) and VMI.
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