Texas A&M has been looking for their successor at the athletic director position ever since Bill Byrne retired back on May 8, and ever since they have been looking for his replacement to led the Aggies into the SEC.
The latest name to pop up is Dan Radakovich who is the athletic director for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. However, Radakovich denies about being contacted about the Texas A&M opening:
In an e-mail, Radakovich dismissed the report's accuracy, writing that he has "not had a minute to think about another job."
"I am sure Texas A&M is a great job," Radakovich said. "But I have one at Tech."
Radakovich has been with Gorgia Tech since 2006 and would be a good candidate for Texas A&M to go after since he has worked in the SEC at South Carolina as an associate athletic director and also at LSU as the senior associate athletic director.
However, Radakovich made it very clear that he does not have the time or is interested in taking the Texas A&M athletic director job.
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