Jimbo Fisher eviscerated on Twitter following awful Texas A&M performance at Mississippi State
Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies looked to have righted the ship after a stunning Week 2 loss to Appalachian State in College Station.
The following 2 games, the Aggies took down ranked Miami and Arkansas squads, improving to 3-1 on the season.
But, in Week 5, a trip to Starkville proved to be too much to handle. The Aggies trailed 14-0 at halftime and the offense couldn’t get anything going in what turned into A&M’s second loss of the season. Mississippi State ended up pounding the Aggies 42-24. It’s mind-boggling that a Mike Leach-coached team is tougher than the Aggies, but here we are.
Naturally, that had fans questioning Jimbo Fisher’s offense. Here’s some of the vitriol directed at the Aggies’ coach on social media:
That's FOUR trips into the State red zone and, somehow, Fisher's offense has managed to be OUTSCORED 7-3 on those chances. I've never even heard of that.
— Billy Liucci (@billyliucci) October 1, 2022
Jimbo Fisher without Jameis Winston pic.twitter.com/EyHdccMyVa
— Depressed Steelers Fan (@sadsteelersguy2) October 1, 2022
No matter how bad you feel today,
Just remember the number one thing being googled in the state of Texas right now is
"How much does Texas A&M owe Jimbo Fisher?"
And the answer is… A LOT.
— Brooks Austin (@BrooksAustinBA) October 1, 2022
It is time to have a national conversation about Jimbo Fisher
— Three Year Letterman (@3YearLetterman) October 1, 2022
jimbo fisher’s buyout is $95 million
— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) October 1, 2022
Jimbo Fisher Offense: No points, no rest for the defense.
— BB (@GigsandSwigs) October 1, 2022
Jimbo Fisher be stealing checks
— ?? Quack Attack ?? (@8Paul_NW) October 1, 2022
Jimbo Fisher needs to be fired
— Minaya Sports Talk (@MinayaSports) October 1, 2022
Yes, it’s hard to win on the road in the SEC, and particularly in the SEC West. But, the Aggies entered the 2022 season with College Football Playoff hopes. Those dreams are now dead after yet another disappointing loss in the Jimbo Fisher era.
We’ll see what the rest of this season holds for the Aggies as they make a trip to Tuscaloosa to play Alabama next weekend.