COLLEGE STATION (CBSMiami/AP) — The Florida State Seminoles latest ex-coach is going to cash in.READ MORE: Massive Search Underway For Brian Laundrie, Fiancé Of Missing Florida Woman Gabby Petito
Jimbo Fisher says the opportunity to coach Texas A&Ms was one he simply couldn’t pass up.
Fisher was lured away from Florida State, where he won a national championship in 2013, with a 10-year, $75 million contract at Texas A&M.
Fisher was formally introduced at Texas A&M on Monday.READ MORE: FBI: Body Found Near Search Area For Missing Florida Woman Gabby Petito Consistent With Her Description
Fisher takes over for Kevin Sumlin, who was fired Nov. 26 after the Aggies finished the regular season 7-5 and 4-4 in the Southeastern Conference.
The 53-year-old Sumlin, who went 51-26 and led the Aggies to a bowl game in each of his six seasons, is still owed $10 million for the remaining two years on his contract.
Fisher went 83-23 in eight seasons at Florida State, leading the Seminoles to three Atlantic Coast Conference championships and four Atlantic Division titles.MORE NEWS: Rose Becomes 17th Named Storm Of Busy 2021 Hurricane Season
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