HOUSTON -- Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak couldn't think
of a better way for it to happen -- if he had to lose Mike Sherman
to another job.
Houston's offensive coordinator today was named head coach at
Sherman is replacing embattled Dennis Franchione, who resigned
Sherman will finish the season with the Texans before moving
into his job with the Aggies full time.
Kubiak is a former Aggie quarterback.
Sherman, who was fired by Green Bay two seasons ago, told Texas A&M he'd only leave for a job where he thought he had "an
excellent opportunity to win."
Houston (5-6) lost 27-17 to Cleveland on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Kubiak brushed off questions about a possible
replacement for Sherman, saying he is concentrating on Sunday's
game against Tennessee.