Over the weekend Kevin Sumlin sent out a tweet packed with a new recruiting pitch aimed at players with dreams of one day being a CEO long after their playing days are behind them.
U.S. News and World report took a look at the college backgrounds of Fortune 100 CEOs and found of that the men and women in charge of the nation's 100 largest companies, and come to find out, three of them went to A&M. The Houston Chronicle has the story.
That number tied the Aggies for first place with prestigious schools like Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale - all schools located on the east coast of the United States, except for A&M.
Other programs to make the top ten were Brown University, Purdue University, Tufts University, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), University of Missouri (St. Louis), University of North Carolina (Charlotte) and the University of Pennsylvania with two grads each leading fortune 100 companies.
You can bet that Sumlin and his staff are adding this unique honor to their long list of recruiting pitches that already include playing in the SEC, playing in front of the iconic 12th Man, and being home to one of the best football facilities in the country.