Hall Said Powers Would Be Gone by Year's End

In early 2013, University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall, while on a call with Jimmy Sexton, the agent for University of Alabama coach Nick Saban, said University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers would be gone by the end of the year.

Hall has been accused by lawmakers of being on a "witch hunt" to oust Powers, and the regent is currently being investigated by a legislative committee with the power to recommend articles of impeachment against him. Some believe he has abused his authority in his efforts to find information about the university's operations. Through his ...

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