COLLEGE STATION, Texas — After six winning seasons with Texas A&M, head football coach Kevin Sumlin has been fired.
Despite his 51-26 record with the school, Sumlin never saw as much success as he did his first season.
He went 11-and-2 in 2012 with Heisman winner Johnny Manziel and ushered in the program's move from the Big 12 to the SEC.
The Aggies haven't won more than 9 games in any one season since then.
Sumlin had two years left on his contract.
According to SB Nation, Sumlin has a big buyout. It’s $10.4 million, which equals what A&M owed him to coach out his contract through 2019.