by Larry LeoNovember 17, 2020
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Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher was asked for a reaction to his buddy Will Muschamp getting fired from South Carolina this week...
“Yeah, we had a little contact and I reached out,” Fisher said in a press conference on Monday. “I think the world of him. The guy is a class guy. He’s as good of a guy as there is. He’s a hell of a football coach. I’ve known that, he’s a very good football coach.”
“He had tough times this year but they’ve done some really good things there. I hate to see it. You don’t know what goes into those decisions and what happens but that’s kinda the world we are in right now. I know this, he’s a tremendous guy, heck of a guy and as good of a guy as is in this business. He’s a very good football coach, he’ll land on his feet, that’s for sure. Very disappointed to see that but I don’t know all the ins and outs of things (at South Carolina). Just hope the best for him.”
“I don’t know if that’s something he’s interested in,” Fisher added. “Listen, I think the world of Will as a football coach. If he ever has a chance to be a part of this organization, I would definitely embrace that, that’s for sure. Because I think he does a great job.
“Those decisions Will and his family have to make in what he wants to do.”
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