Even after a somewhat disappointing 2014 for Texas A&M, Kevin Sumlin remains one of the hottest coaching commodities in football. According to reports, multiple NFL teams reached out to the Aggies head coach, but he is not interested in leaving College Station for the pros.
Sumlin is 28-11 in three years at Texas A&M, playing a brutal SEC West schedule. Since taking over, he's coached a Heisman winner, his program has seen record donations, and he now has some of the nation's best facilities at his disposal. Sumlin is also one of the five highest-paid coaches in college football, at over $5 million per year. While the NFL is always alluring, there are plenty of reasons for him to stay with the Aggies.