Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies handed No. 1 Alabama its first loss since 2019 on Saturday night in College Station.

But, in the high-stakes world of SEC football, you can’t linger too long on either success or failure.

So, during his Monday press conference, Fisher was eager to move on from the Alabama win. He said he’s already tired of talking about it and all of his focus is on this week’s game at Mizzou:


Texas A&M improved to 4-2 with the win over the Crimson Tide, but the Aggies can’t afford a letdown against a struggling Mizzou squad.

We’ll see if the Aggies can keep rolling this weekend at Faurot Field.