The rumors of Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher accepting the Texas A&M job has grown on early Thursday morning, as it has been reported that the Seminoles are not expecting Fisher to be back next season.
Per TomahawkNation.com, Fisher is expected to accept the job with the Aggies sometime Thursday, skipping the final regular season game against Louisiana-Monroe that could make the Seminoles bowl eligible.
On Wednesday during his radio call-in show, Fisher was asked by a fan about his loyalty. The fan was escorted out of the building that the show was taking place in.
Texas A&M parted ways with Kevin Sumlin after six seasons of him being in charge of the Aggies. During his time in Tallahassee, Fisher has led the Seminoles to a 83-23 record, including three ACC titles and the 2013 BCS National Championship.
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