Ole Miss danced with Texas A&M a little longer than they would have liked Saturday. It was still the Rebels coming out on top 31-28 and yet another Aggies loss once the final horn had sounded.

Sure, the Rebels are a top 15 team and the Aggies were not expected to win anyway, but this is still a team that was ranked in the top 10 preseason, one that has a lot of talent but can’t seem to get its wheels on the ground. Texas A&M is putting a V8 engine on a tricycle right now – it just can’t do anything with all its power.

Problem is, the Aggies can’t just move on without forking over an absurd amount of money. Texas A&M would ow Fisher $85 million for firing him before the end of the season per a recently signed 10-year contract. Will the Aggies be able to take forking over that money so early?

Ask an A&M fan and you’ll be met with mixed answers. Regardless, plenty took to Twitter to roast Fisher for his team’s performances across the past few weeks.