Texas A&M thinks they’re Brad Pitt, but they’re really Brendan Fraser
Following Texas A&M coughing up a 34-point second half lead, a university regent called for the immediate firing of head coach Kevin Sumlin. His reasoning was that Sumlin hasn’t upheld, what he felt, is Texas A&M’s place among the elite college football programs.
Today, Colin pointed out that A&M fans are delusional to think they belong among the nation’s top programs because, other than a brief period when Johnny Manziel was in College Station, the Aggies haven’t won anything of consequence for the last 20 years.
“Texas A&M think they’re Brad Pitt, when they’re really just Brendan Fraser.”
Every Jim Harbaugh team has the same unmistakable identity
Jim Harbaugh teams all have the same identity, they’re all physically intimidating and impose their will on their opponents. His Michigan squad is no different. They just stepped on the throat of Florida and looked more like an SEC team than the Gators.
It’s not a coincidence because Harbaugh has established the same dominating physical style when he coached Stanford and the Niners.
In business, or in sports, the elite brands survive because they have an an unmistakable identity. In Harbaugh’s case, it’s that every one of his teams will gladly line up and unapologetically kick their opponent’s ass.
Joel Klatt – FS1 College Football analyst in-studio to explain why the Texas A&M regent Facebook post calling for Kevin Sumlin’s firing infuriated him.
Sam Farmer – L.A. Times senior writer is in-studio to discuss UCLA’s comeback win, and Rosen vs. Darnold as NFL prospects.
Antonio Brown – Steelers All-Pro wide receiver joins the show to talk new celebration rules, the Patriots, and if he was worried about Big Ben retirement talk.