Coaching in the Southeastern Conference is as tough as it gets, unless you're a youth coach.

I'd rather be the head coach at Texas A&M than to be their coach or one of the coaches in this league,”Kevin Sumlin of his son's youth basketball team.

As you might imagine, Sumlin was laughing, but we all know there's a lot of truth to what he says.

As for Sumlin possibly offering advice to his son's coach. … “I just go to watch,” he said.

And as soon as he finished with Monday's interview after practice, it was off to his son's game.


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