Terry Price, who coached the defensive ends at Texas A&M and was a star player for the Aggies, di*d on Friday, the school stated. He was 55.
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The school’s notification did not provide specific details regarding Terry Price the cause of deαth.
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Price worked as an assistant in the SEC for almost 30 years. He is widely thought to be one of the best defensive line teachers in the country. The Texas A&M graduate spent most of his time on the bench with Auburn and Ole Miss from 1995 until 2011. The following year, when his old school joined the SEC, he went back to work there.
“Terry was not only a great Aggie, football coach and recruiter, he was an even better husband, father and man,” Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher said in statement from the university. “The impact he had on this program and his players is immeasurable. Our football family has suffered an incredible loss. We will continue to hold Kenya and the boys in our thoughts and prayers.”
When Price took over the defensive line at Texas A&M, he made it a strength and became known as a good recruiter. Early in Price’s time with the school, the Aggies got Myles Garrett, who later became the first pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
Texas A&M Football Mourns the Loss of a Beloved Coach:
A legend on the playing field and the sidelines, it is with heavy hearts we mourn the loss of Terry Price and offer our deepest condolences to Coach Price’s family and friends.
— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) June 23, 2023
Price helped bring in a total of nine players who were all picked in the first four rounds of the NFL draft. Before becoming a coach in the SEC, Price was a key member of Texas A&M teams that won multiple Southwest Conference titles in the late 1980s.
Price had the most stops for the Aggies and was named an honorable mention All-American as a senior in 1989. He then went on to play for the NFL for two seasons. Price is survived by his wife, Kenya, as well as his two sons, Alexander and Devin.
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