Texas A&M hired Jimbo Fisher away from Florida State on Monday for a cool $75 million to do one thing: bring the Aggies their first national championship since 1939.
Fisher said at his introductory press conference that no one's expectations for the A&M program would be higher than his, a big statement considering the fanfare with which he comes to Aggieland. Texas A&M's administration clearly believes in Fisher, enough to hand him the largest contract in college football history, and it'll be national title or bust for A&M in the coming years.
That pressure doesn't bother Fisher; he puts more of it on himself than anyone else can.
KAGS Sports Director Colin Deaver breaks down what Fisher has gotten himself into at A&M, stepping into one of the best situations in college football as one of just four active coaches with a national title under his belt.