Although the Alabama Crimson Tide is where former head coach Gene Stallings won a national championship in 1992 and most of his wins came as a head coach, Texas A&M is where he spent most of his time as a player and coach.

Stallings played for the Aggies from 1954-56 and was apart of the "Junction Boys" at College Station. He also served as a head coach from 1965-71 where he recorded a 27-45-1 record.

Former Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher will be the new play-caller for the Aggies and Coach Stallings joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss his opinion on the hire. He also discussed his reaction to Alabama making the CFB Playoffs, Jeremy Pruitt as a head coach, and shares one of his favorite Christmas memories.

For more of Coach Stallings full conversation make sure you check out the video above the article. Make sure you listen to Coach Stallings every Wednesday at 5 p.m. CT on The Game with Ryan Fowler.

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