The man who brought Aggie men's basketball back to the national stage decided he wanted to practice his trade elsewhere.
Billy Gillispie led Texas A&M to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament, then came to an agreement on a new deal with the Ags. Just days later, he had accepted the head coaching job at the University of Kentucky.
Read up on the final days of the Gillispie era at A&M by clicking on the links below. Then, leave your comments on the eighth biggest story of 2007.
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