Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies take on UMass this week as Texas A&M aims to salvage what’s been a disappointing season, now sitting at a 3-7 record.

Asked for the most difficult part of the season for him, Fisher admitted the Aggies haven’t turned a corner.

“Just that we can’t find a way to get over that little hump,” he said on the SEC coaches media teleconference. “… As a coach, for our fans and for our players, you want to get those results. They’re not there. … We’ve just got to keep working hard.”

Fisher and the Aggies have the worst record in the SEC, and it’s arguably the worst season among Power 5 programs since the Aggies began the season ranked No. 6 in the country.

Without a bowl game on tap, all indications suggest that there should be wholesale changes in the offseason, as fans and media continue to grapple with Texas A&M’s stance on Fisher’s $86 million buyout.