Those around Texas A&M coach Mark Turgeon say they’ve seen or felt no indications that he is interested in succeeding Ernie Kent at
During Thursday’s season-ending press conference, Turgeon said that after the initial dismay over Sunday’s overtime loss to Purdue in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, he was “back in my X’s and O’s book thinking about next year’s team,” adding that he has not been contacted by any other school.
I see no reason why Turgeon would want to take what I consider to be at best a career side-step to a program like
I know the A&M administration holds him in high regard. Turgeon has also become more integrated into the Aggie community during the past year and this is looking more and more like a destination job for him, from where I stand. You never know, but I would be surprised to see him leave. I have been surprised before, however.--Mike Jones.