Report: Jimbo Fisher’s job is very much in jeopardy according to Bruce Feldman, ‘A&M will find that money’
According to Bruce Feldman, Jimbo Fisher's job is very much in jeopardy if the Aggies don't turn things around. He went so far to say, "A&M will find that money."
Jimbo Fisher is gearing up to play UL Monroe later this afternoon, but according to a new report, he could be playing for his coaching tenure in College Station.
While appearing on Fox’s Big Noon Kickoff, Bruce Feldman of The Athletic shared the latest on Fisher’s future at Texas A&M. When asked point blank if Fisher’s job was in jeopardy following last week’s loss to Miami, Feldman responded with “Absolutely.”
One of the deciding factors hanging over Fisher’s coaching tenure is his enormous contract buyout number. But according to Feldman, that won’t be an issue if this season goes sour.
“Now Jimbo is 1-7 in his last eight against Power Five opponents. The buyout is huge, $77 million dollars. But I’m told if he doesn’t get it going this year, A&M will find that money.”