If it was up to one Texas A&M regent member, Kevin Sumlin would have been fired on the tarmac at LAX after his Aggies coughed up a 34-point second half lead against UCLA.

Houston attorney Tony Buzbee took to Facebook Sunday after the Aggies blew a 34-point lead to lose 45-44 to the Bruins, writing that the “manipulative” Sumlin “should be fired” after another epic collapse.

Buzbee, a Houston-based attorney, unleashed a 200-word post saying that Sumlin “can’t coach the big games” and should be fired immediately.

Sumlin, who is one of college footballs highest paid coaches at $5 million per year, has two years remaining on his contract. His record is 44-22 at A&M, yet only 21-19 in SEC play.

In Sumlin’s defense, plays like the missed interception by cornerback Deshawn Capers-Smith, who let a Josh Rosen pass sail right through his hands to Darren Andrews for a 42-yard touchdown strike, aren't on the coach, but the blames rolls down hill as well.

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