On ESPNU SiriusXM radio Thursday, Fisher said he was not going to talk about potential jobs.
Meantime, Florida State is bracing for Fisher's departure.
According to ESPN's Mark Schlabach, Texas A&M approved a 10-year $75 million deal for Fisher, who officially resigned from Florida State on Friday.More news: Pakistan happy to support SCO efforts for peaceful Afghanistan: PM Abbasi
The Register-Guard confirmed that OR did offer Taggart a contact extension last weekend, which Sports Illustrated reported as a five-year deal worth $20 million. Fisher will receive more guaranteed money than he was due at Florida State.
Fortunately, A&M has the facilities to make Jimbo a happy man for as long as he's in College Station, but the way he handled the Florida State resignation has been a nightmare. I expect them to make a hire in the coming week or so whoever the new coach turns out to be.
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As I said, Fisher's tenure at FSU came to a nasty end and could have been easily avoided had he and the school communicated better.
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