Jimbo Fisher made the big move from Florida State to Texas A&M on Friday. And Paul Finebaum believes Fisher will bring his winning ways to College Station.
Finebaum tweeted that he doesn’t have any doubts about what Fisher will do to Texas A&M and that he will elevate the program significantly.
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) December 1, 2017
Given the amount of out of money Fisher is reportedly set to make, he signed a 10-year, $75-million, Fisher had better hope that he’ll make Texas A&M a better program than it currently is. Texas A&M has lost five games in each of the past 4 seasons, which is part of the reason the school parted ways with Kevin Sumlin, and paid Sumlin $10.4 million to leave.
The Aggies also have a tough opening stretch to start the 2018 season, taking on Clemson and Alabama in the first four games of the season.
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