On Tuesday, the inductees were announced for the College Football Hall of Fame's class of 2012. One of the inductees is former Texas A&M Aggies head coach R.C. Slocum.
Slocum was a particularly dominant coach throughout the 1990s, racking up 94 wins throughout the decade. He spent 14 seasons as a head coach at A&M and retired in 2002 having amassed a record of 123-47-2. Those 123 wins stand as the most by any coach in Aggies history.
Slocum led A&M to three SWC championships and a Big 12 championship in his 14 years at the school. He also oversaw more than 50 players on his teams that would end up being drafted into the NFL.
You can read more about the College Football Hall of Fame, including the full list of inductees in the class of 2012, by visiting the official National Football Foundation website.
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