Ken Sellers

I'm a little more optimistic about bringing the game back. Having both school presidents, at the same time, saying they want the game is a new development.

The game used to be counted among the top rivalry games in the nation. My concern is that the longer we go, the less people reme…

A&M/Texas was a game that I looked forward to all year. It's why we built Bonfires. Something really special was lost when this game went away. My take is that Larson is trying to nudge all parties back to the table, not actually impose some kind of Big Government solution. That's wh…

This is silly:
1) Of course a spread offense can work in the SEC. After A&M showed that it could work, that's the direction other schools started moving, including Alabama. Is A&M really going to out "power team" ALL opponents? No.
2) Spavital must go. Time sh…