As well they should. Bravo, Brazos.
On the heels of Texas A&M’s embarrassing come-from-ahead loss to UCLA top open Week 1, a repugnant degenerate decided to reach out to A&M’s Kevin Sumlin with a racist missive sent to the head coach’s home, which Sumlin’s wife wisely posted to Twitter.
“You suck as a coach!” the vitriolic message began, before further devolving. “You’re a n****r and can’t win! Please get lost!”
“or else,” the snail-mailed message ominously ended.
Not long after, A&M sent out a statement unequivocally condemning the “disgusting, threatening letter.” Public scorn could turn out to be the least of the sender’s worries as ESPN.com‘s Adam Rittenberg confirmed that “[t]he Brazos County (Texas) Sheriff’s office… has an open investigation into the racist hate mail sent to the home of” Sumlin and his family.
The Brazos County (Texas) Sheriff’s office confirmed to ESPN it has an open investigation into the racist hate… https://t.co/GaTqxCFCTl
— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) September 8, 2017
In addition to the letter, Sumlin’s wife, Charlene Sumlin, included a photo in her social media post of the envelope in which it was sent. There was no name attached by the racist coward, of course, and the return address, which could very well be a bogus one, is for Houston Country Club.
Prior to taking over as the head coach at A&M, Sumlin was the head coach of the Houston Cougars from 2008-11.