Guard is A&M's leader in minutes played
Todd Holloway, Texas A&M's all-time leader in minutes played, died of a heart attack Wednesday, the school announced. He was 39.
"Todd was one of the greatest competitors I ever coached," former Texas A&M coach Shelby Metcalf said in a release. "Everybody on the team really liked him and he was very popular around campus. He probably won more games for us in the last 10 seconds than anyone else on the team. He didn't mind taking responsibility when the game was on the line."
A 6-foot guard, Holloway played in 119 games, starting 112 in his four-year career with the Aggies. He is in the school's top 10 in points (9th with 1,331), assists (4th with 491) and steals (2nd with 208).
Holloway was a member of Texas A&M's Southwest Conference championship team in 1986.
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