Mack Brown on Texas A&M: ‘I’ve never lost a women’s clinic’

Mack Brown is no longer a head coach, but he still has some fire running through his veins and that was evident when he discussed a former rival, Texas A&M.

Brown was asked for his response to the Aggies’ sexist presentation at a woman’s football clinic that went viral and led to the suspensions of two Texas A&M assistant coaches. Naturally, the former coach was able to take the opportunity to take a jab at Kevin Sumlin’s team.

“I’ll tell you one thing Paul, I’ve never lost a women’s clinic,” Brown said during an appearance on The Paul Finebaum Show.

“It’s just inappropriate,” Brown added, via the Dallas Morning News. “Coaches across the country — and men — are trying to teach young players to be appropriate with their behavior towards women. This is an awful message.

“These guys got suspended, but to me, they need counseling. They need to get some help to make sure they do a better job in their personal lives, so the players will learn better from them how to treat ladies.”

The two coaches involved were suspended for two games without pay.

It was just the latest unfortunate situation to occur for the Aggies program and one that only adds fire to Kevin Sumlin’s hot seat. If there wasn’t already pressure to win entering the season, you can guarantee Sumlin is feeling the heat now.

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