On Monday morning, Jimbo Fisher was officially introduced as Texas A&M's new head football coach. During his presser he made a dig at his former Florida State employers...

A&M made Fisher the third-highest-paid coach in college football with a $7.5 million annual paycheck.

(Yardbarker)
Filed Under: Texas A&M Sports

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24 Comments
Admin is the problem, huh? FSU sure has won alot of games with a bad admin.
Reply12 months
Oddly enough his family already looks like a herd of Aggies.
Reply12 months
Where and when did he get the new wife?
Reply12 months
I wondered the same thing! Did aTm provide a stand-in? LOL
12 months
Best of luck to Jimbo. JMO but he would have been wise not to even mention if former boss. What will be the excuse if he doesn't win big at A&M even though his new boss has money to burn? He should have just thanked FSU for the chance to be a HC and moved on.
Reply12 months
Congrats Aggies. You signed yourself up a douche bag.
Reply12 months
Welcome.
Reply12 months
they'd have to pay me $75mm to wear that god awful maroon and clothes that came out of cousin Eddie's closet
Reply12 months
Ha lol..
12 months
Looks like Jimbo needs to get his hair plugs redone.
Reply12 months
Home of the fiveheads
Reply12 months
“No-brainer” - born Aggie right there.
Reply12 months
He looks like a dirty used car salesman
Reply12 months
With a giant fricking wallet
12 months
Dude was begging to leave FSU. How bad did Alleva frick that situation up?
Reply12 months
Flat bill hats..... smdh
Reply12 months
Is that the wife that was banging a former UF player? I thought Jimbo got divorced. Maybe that's the new gf or something.
Reply12 months
That’s his new girlfriend
12 months
No. He upgraded.
12 months
Screwed over Bobby Bowden... or he'd still be there.
Reply12 months
no way Bowden would have still been there. he had gone 7-6 in 3 of his last 4 seasons. that wasn't cutting it & the fans were ready for a change.
12 months
Bowden would still be there lol
12 months
Yeah um....Bobby Bowden is 88.
12 months
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