Jimbo Fisher's vision, process find ideal fit at Texas A&M

TIM JERNIGAN courtesy of FSU athletics

TIM JERNIGAN courtesy of FSU athletics

"You can have Vince Lombardi, Tom Landry, Chuck Noll - you can have the greatest coaches in the world".

Fisher was introduced to A&M as the head coach of the football program in the Hall of Champions within Kyle Field by A&M System Chancellor John Sharp, Board of Regents chairman Charles W. Schwartz, University President Michael K. Young and Woodward. He will replace Kevin Sumlin at Texas A&M.

After an 83-23 record with three ACC championships and 42 players selected in the NFL draft during his FSU tenure, Fisher will now be tasked with helping Texas A&M win its first national championship since 1939 and first conference title since 1998.

"And then my relationship with Scott, the ability to come back and work and relive that vision of things that we had did before at LSU, I think it was a no-brainer in a insane way". But in our life, there are opportunities out there and you see it. And like I said, I had no plans of ever leaving there. "And I am confident that the opportunity for greatness is right around the corner".

Fisher was lured away from Florida State, where he won a national championship in 2013, with a 10-year, $75 million contract at Texas A&M.

"We haven't done anything for a long time here", Fisher said. "And there was a commitment to excellence and there was a vision for what we wanted to do", Fisher said.

However, that night we didn't exactly get an introductory shot of Courtney.

Fisher said he didn't plan to leave FSU, but he called A&M a destination job - one he hopes to retire from.

Of course you guys remember that Candi Fisher, Jimbo's ex, reportedly had a little extramarital fun and led to the couple divorcing a few years ago.

When asked if he wants to retire at Texas A&M, Fisher had a laugh to end his press conference.

"I understand that I come in here with great expectations", Fisher said.

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