During his 14 seasons at Texas A&M (1989-2002) R.C. Slocum became the winningest football coach in school history. The Orange, Texas native had career record of 123-47-2 surpassing the former mark of 82 wins set by Coach Homer Norton. Slocum won four conference championships including the 1998 Big 12 title - a 36-33 victory over top-ranked Kansas State. Under his guidance the Aggies won three consecutive Southwest Conference championships (1991-1993) and did not lose a conference game from 1991-94. His 94 wins during the 1990s were the most by any coach in Texas and nationally ranked behind only Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno. Slocum holds SWC records for career winning percentage (80%) and consecutive conference victories with 26. He led Texas A&M to 11 Bowl games and never had a losing season. Slocum served as an assistant or head coach for 30 years at Texas A&M. Over 50 of his players have played in the NFL. He is a member of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2005.