And, yes, they still won’t pay the players above what’s minimally required. With that out of the way, most of the signs the past few days have been pointing toward Jimbo Fisher leaving Florida State for the same job at Texas A&M. While FSU is urging its current head coach to make a decision sooner rather than later, it’s looking as if Fisher won’t make one until after he coaches his 5-6 Seminoles in a matchup with Louisiana-Monroe Saturday that essentially amounts to a bowl play-in game. Barring something unexpected over the next 48 hours or so — FlightAware y’all — Fisher is expected to make his highly-anticipated decision shortly after the end of the regular-season finale. Ahead of that, and after a closed-door meeting of the university’s regents Thursday, A&M is reportedly prepared to roll out a very plush financial red carpet for the head coach.
Reports: A&M prepared to offer Jimbo Fisher 10-year deal that could be worth $75 million
College Football Talk | Dec 1