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Kevin Sumlin Discusses Texas A&M WRs Coach's Subtweeting, "I Have Addressed It"

A closeup of Kevin Sumlin wearing a Texas A&M visor and sunglasses.

COLLEGE STATION, TX - OCTOBER 08: Head coach Kevin Sumlin of the Texas A&M Aggies walks out to the field prior to the start of their game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Kyle Field on October 8, 2016 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Kevin Sumlin has addressed Aaron Moorehead's subtweeting incident, the Texas A&M head coach said on a teleconference call this afternoon. 

Moorehead, the Aggies' wide receivers' coach, subtweeted five-star QB Tate Martell after he decommited from Texas A&M. This led to a disaster of a recruiting situation for the Aggies, as it caused four-star wide receiver Mannie Netherly to decommit and five-star wide receiver Tyjon Lindsey to drop A&M from his list.

The Texas A&M assistant took to Twitter this morning to apologize for what he tweeted. 

Sumlin, during the SEC coaches' teleconference call, discussed what happened and said he's addressed it. 

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