Reason No. 2: Jimbo Fisher might be the Texas A&M football head coach until he is either fired or retires
Even though Jimbo Fisher seemed completely committed to the Texas A&M football program, it’s hard not to be worried about him leaving for another job. One of these worrisome jobs is LSU, which opened up this week when the announcement was made that Ed Orgeron would be parting ways with the program after this season.
Thankfully, Jimbo Fisher squashed rumors that he would head to LSU before they even began, saying this at his weekly press conference.
"“I love being here. This is the job I want. I love being here. I have an unbelievable chancellor, an unbelievable president, an unbelievable AD. I believe in what we’re building here.”"
If Fisher is willing to pass up the LSU job to stay at Texas A&M, it’s hard to see a world where he takes any job over this one. Fisher believes that he has the resources to win in College Station, and Aggie fans likely won’t see him leave until he does so.