West Virginia native Jimbo Fisher is expected to be fired at Texas A&M as early as today, according to reports.
College Station, TX – Despite coming off of a 51-10 win over Mississippi State, Jimbo Fisher’s days at Texas A&M could be coming to an end as early as today.
According to Billy Liucci or TexAgs.com, A&M and Fisher could part ways “as early as today.”
BREAKING: Per multiple sources, Texas A&M set to part ways with Jimbo Fisher as early as today.
Decision was reached at the recommendation of the Athletic Dept/University president during last Thursday's Board of Regents meeting.
— Billy Liucci (@billyliucci) November 12, 2023
Fisher, who has been at A&M since 2018, would be owed $76 million if he is outright fired. In a little under six seasons, he has accumulated a 45-25 record, including 27-21 in SEC play.
This carries a large amount of significance for the Mountaineers as Fisher has been named as a potential replacement for Neal Brown if WVU moves on from him at the end of the season. However, given WVU’s 6-4 record, it is hard to fathom that Wren Baker will pull the plug on him with so much production expected to return in 2024.
Stay tuned to The Voice of Motown for updates.
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