After two epic second-half collapses by Texas A&M, there are undoubtedly going to be questions about Mike Sherman and his ability to motivate and properly guide his team through an admittedly tough part of the Aggies' schedule.
While it's probably too early to determine the eventual outcome for the 2011 Aggies, one can't escape the fact that since taking over Texas A&M's football team in 2008, Sherman now has a record of 21-21.
That's probably not the kind of record the Aggie faithful were looking for when Sherman was hired to replace Dennis Franchione. Instead of a turnaround, the Aggies have endured more of the same (Franchione was 32-28 at Texas A&M).
Now, the conversation inevitably turns to “if not Sherman, then who?”
Let's try to figure that out. Here are five coaches that make more sense for Texas A&M than Mike Sherman.