(BRIGHT COMPLEX—COLLEGE STATION, TX) The Texas A&M football coach shocked reporters and fans alike recently as he took the dais to answer post-practice questions attired in garishly-painted overalls and wielding a gallon of maroon paint to demonstrate his decorative process.
“This is a beautiful and time-honored tradition at Texas A&M, one that should be valued and passed down through the generations,” Sumlin said when asked about the puff-paint adorned denim coveralls, a practice that has been popular in certain segments of the Texas A&M faithful for well over 20 whole years.
In addition to various “SEC” and “2017” decorative adornments, Sumlin’s uniquely designed overalls also depicted a bronzed E.


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