Bill Byrne will 'transition' from role
Texas A&M athletic director Bill Byrne will "transition" out of his role, Aggies president R. Bowen Loftin told the San Antonio Express on Friday.
Loftin said A&M will "honor the terms" of Byrne's contract, which runs through 2013.
"What his role will be versus another A.D. coming in ... what can I say?" Loftin told the newspaper. "At some point, you have to make a transition."
A second A&M official told the newspaper the two sides were reaching an "amicable" resolution that would give Byrne a "natural transition" to another position.
As for when that transition would occur, Loftin said it would "take place at the right month and right time. For both him and A&M."
Byrne has been the athletic director at A&M for almost 10 years.
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