Jimbo Fisher is set to receive a substantial payout as Texas A&M part ways with the 58-year-old coach, who has eight years remaining on his contract.
Despite the disappointing 6-4 season, Fisher will be entitled to a buyout exceeding $75 million.
The decision to terminate Fisher was made after school officials deliberated on Thursday. Initially signing a 10-year, $75 million deal in 2017, Fisher’s contract was extended in 2021 to span 10 years and $95 million until 2031.
Despite a peak in 2020 with a 9-1 record and an Orange Bowl victory, the Aggies’ performance has declined, culminating in a challenging 2023 season.
Fisher’s tenure will result in approximately $2.6 million per win over his six-year stint as the head coach for the Aggies.
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