Texas A&M has no plans to fire Fisher this season
Few fans are more unhappy with their head coach than Texas A&M, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the coach’s job is actually in jeopardy.
A&M lost to Ole Miss 31-28 on Saturday night at College Station, Texas. The SEC Network, which was televising the match, in the fourth quarter aired a report from Pete Thamel on the state of Fisher’s employment.
Thamel stated that Texas A&M will not eliminate Fisher this season. Thamel says it’s because of the money the coach owes.
“No matter what happens to Texas A&M this season, they will not continue from coach Jimbo Fisher,” Thamel announced. “They owe him $86 million in buybacks if they fire him. Just to talk about Fisher’s acquisition in perspective, he will owe $48 million by 2026. So there’s a sincere commitment to make it work between A&M and Jimbo Fisher. “
Instead of firing Fisher, Thamel said the school will likely ask the coach to make some changes.
“That means expecting significant changes in staff, significant stylistic changes when committing crimes, and changes in calling that are likely to occur in order for the Aggies to properly handle the behavior.” commit their sickness,” Thamel said.
There have been weeks of calls for Fisher to give up his calling mission or change something. The Aggies entered Saturday averaging just 21.9 points per game.
In the past, Fisher has repeatedly proven that his offenses are all committed and that he can win a lot of games. But he has good personnel and good midfield in those situations, like Jameis Winston and Kellen Mond.
As head coach, it’s Fisher’s job to make sure he’s got the right people in place, so it’s his fault that it’s not successful this year. But there’s not much question about whether Fisher can win and deliver when he has top players. Perhaps Aggies fans just need to be patient and wait for the freshmen class to receive a bigger honor. The problem is that “patient” and “Texas A&M fan” are two things that don’t get along.