Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M lost again Saturday night.

The Aggies fell at Auburn 13-10 to drop to 3-7 on the season. It was the 6th consecutive defeat for a team that was ranked No. 6 in the initial AP Top 25.

Fisher has come under heavy fire this season for the product he has put on the field.

But most believe his hefty buyout and recruiting results will secure his job at least through next season.

Still, after his first 58 games at A&M, Fisher’s record is now 37-21, which is far worse than the coach he replaced.

More specifically, Kevin Sumlin was 42-16 after 58 games with the Aggies.

Sumlin was fired in November of 2017 after 6 seasons at the school and a 51-26 overall mark.

As for Fisher, while it’s unlikely that he is relieved of his duties this year, it’s a good bet that changes will be made at A&M, either to his contract or his staff.