“…Houston attorney and former Aggie corps of cadets battalion commander Buzbee, 49, was appointed to A&M’s board by Rick Perry in 2013. A year later, he became Perry’s lead counsel and successfully fought for dismissal of an abuse-of-power indictment.
Buzbee’s courtroom ferocity is legendary. After all, he served as a Marine captain in the Persian Gulf and Somalian conflicts. Most college football fans, though, had never heard of him until the night of Sept. 3, when he fired salvos at coach Kevin Sumlin moments after the Aggies blew a 34-point lead in a 45-44 loss at UCLA.
Buzbee railed about Sumlin’s “arrogance” and “mishandling of multiple player controversies,” opined that Sumlin coaches poorly in big games and declared, “In my view, he should go now. We owe it to our school and our players.
-excerpt Brad Townsend, Sports Day-Dallas News