Former Texas A&M QB Branndon Stewart will always be fondly remembered by Aggies fans for the pinpoint accuracy and single-mindedness he displayed in leading A&M to an upset of Kansas State in the 1998 Big 12 Championship Game. He’s taken a similar approach in his post-football life.
Since graduating from A&M in 1999, Stewart has worked in the software industry down the road in Austin, specializing in sales and marketing. In September, Stewart founded OutboundEngine, which advertises itself as a company that “provides 100% automated marketing solutions for small businesses via email and social media.”
Yet Stewart hasn’t entirely lost touch with his sporting roots. In July, he founded CoachCrowd.com, a website connecting athletes across all sports with private coaches.
Stewart, who started his collegiate career at Tennessee before being supplanted by Peyton Manning and transferring to A&M, resides in Austin with his wife Courtney and their girl-boy twins, Sophie and Sam.
The Aggies, currently ranked No. 9, hope to clinch their first BCS bowl bid since Stewart led them to the 1999 Sugar Bowl. Branndon Stewart profile