Texas A&M fans respond to viral Kevin Sumlin tweet following Auburn loss
After Texas A&M fell to Auburn, a tweet from a former Aggies coach got the attention of TAMU fans.
— Kevin Sumlin (@CoachSumlin) September 21, 2019
Kevin Sumlin tweeted the eyes emoji not long after the conclusion of the Texas A&M-Auburn game. He didn’t provide any context in that tweet or any later tweets. The tweet could be about anything, but plenty of Aggies fans thought it was about Texas A&M’s 28-20 loss to Auburn, as evidenced by the replies below:
You’re still worse. Much. Much. Worse.
— Matt (@matt_bowden_) September 21, 2019
Don't you have a generational talent at QB to mismanage?
— Michael (@Herecomesbusey) September 21, 2019
You know the worst part about that game? It felt like you were still coaching it
— Telco (@TelcoAg) September 21, 2019
Will you be watching Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray play one another on Sunday in an NFL game? Is that what you're telling us?
— txag37 (@wcabbate) September 22, 2019
Did that game remind you of your days here when true freshman QB Shea Patterson put up 23 unanswered against you in the 4th quarter in his first collegiate start? For as bad as this game was, it’ll never be as bad as it was in 2015-17 with you here.
— Johnny Armstrong (@joh12nny) September 21, 2019
It's almost like every non Johnny team you coached in November.
— Mike Carroll (@mjcatc) September 21, 2019
Can’t play Hawaii every week.
— Garby (@Garby19248137) September 21, 2019
Someone’s still salty about getting fired
— Brad Williams (@BigBird1182) September 21, 2019
Should probably get back to ruining Tate’s career.
— Chris (@lonestarag05) September 21, 2019
You lost at home every time to the kitties! Maybe you should focus on your own DUMP of a program!!!
— Aggie Football Trump (@Aggiefootballt1) September 22, 2019
Please Kevin, tell us more about how great of a coach you are by managing to run off Kenny Hill, Kyle Allen AND Kyler Murray
— David Holt (@davidholt94) September 21, 2019
Considering Sumlin was paid quite handsomely to both coach and not coach Texas A&M, it’s not the best look for the former head coach and hard to blame the fans for their response.