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May 13, 2016 07:18 AM EDT

‘Texas A&M’ Wins Attention Not Games; ‘Aggies Are Kardashians’ Counterpart In College Football’

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COLLEGE STATION, TX - NOVEMBER 14: Kyler Murray #1 of the Texas A&M Aggies prepares to take the field to face the Western Carolina Catamounts in a NCAA football game at Kyle Field on November 14, 2015 in College Station, Texas.
COLLEGE STATION, TX - NOVEMBER 14: Kyler Murray #1 of the Texas A&M Aggies prepares to take the field to face the Western Carolina Catamounts in a NCAA football game at Kyle Field on November 14, 2015 in College Station, Texas.
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In the Campus Insider article by Pete Fiutak, he match up the Aggies going through five-star quarterbacks with Kim Kardashian's 'used to go through prominent husbands' and said it is not going to be an SEC West championship season. There would not be a conference championship. Texas A&M would not win anything, again. But the stint will be dramatic and entertaining.

Sad to say, but according to Fiutak, A&M is letting go five-star quarterbacks just like Kim K used to do with her husbands who all try to swap Johnny Manziel and then leaving when they could not come close. Currently, with star 2017 prospect QB Tate Martell backing out from the Aggies, Johnny Football decommitting into Johnny Mugshot and with two straight 8 to 5 seasons, A&M is caught up into its household role as Also Ran U.

Apparently, Texas A&M gets way too-much hype and attention but has less substance behind all the exposure and frenzy despite being bound by absolutely non-sense. And now the trend appears to be flaking in the recruitment and the program is no longer the place to be. What is happening is inside looking good and building up so many amazing, shiny and splashy things under head coach Kevin Sumlin, Fiutak wrote.

All these prove that everything happens to be improving under Sumlin with great recruiting class after great recruiting class, high-powered offense that everyone wanted to be a part of and with the hope that this was going to be the new superpower, Fiutak added.

Sumlin is not under any added pressure compared to any other SEC head coach. Unfortunately, this is the SEC where not everyone wins the conference title and where at least ten fan bases attend every year expecting not anything less, Fiutak quipped.

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