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Jimbo Fisher accepts head coach position at Texas A&M

Jimbo Fisher has been confirmed as the new head coach at Texas A&M. (Source: WTXL) Jimbo Fisher has been confirmed as the new head coach at Texas A&M. (Source: WTXL)

TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - It's official: Jimbo Fisher is leaving Florida State and won't be coaching Saturday's game.

Fisher has accepted a position at Texas A&M University, according to ESPN.

He will not coach in the Seminoles' regular-season finale against Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday.

ESPN reports that the 52-year-old wanted to wait to announce his decision until after Saturday's game. 

He had been coaching the team for eight years with a 83-23 record. He succeeded Bobby Bowden in 2010. 

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