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The Aggies wouldn’t really fire Jimbo Fisher, would they? No, they wouldn’t. Plenty has gone wrong with Texas A&M football over the last twelve months, and probably all can be traced to Jimbo’s desk. Even so, he’s not going anywhere. If he does leave College Station, it’ll be his call and no one else’s. If you ranked all 130 Division I college football coaches in order of job security, Jimbo would be near the top, not far behind Alabama’s Nick Saban, Georgia’s Kirby Smart, and Clemson’s Dabo Swinney.What gives Jimbo the sort of job security enjoyed by three coaches who have won national championships in the past half decade? As legendary television executive Don Ohlmeyer once said: “The answer to all your questions is: money.”…
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