On ESPNU SiriusXM radio Thursday, Fisher said he was not going to talk about potential jobs.
This all comes during a time when Fisher and the Florida State athletic department apparently didn't see eye-to-eye on certain upgrades.
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It's official: Jimbo Fisher is leaving Florida State and won't be coaching Saturday's game.
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.
"I promised that you would be the first to know". Last December, Fisher signed a contract extension through 2024 that put him among the highest-paid coaches in the country. The school's only national title came in 1939.
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Fisher became FSU's head coach in 2010 taking over for Bobby Bowden.
"Obviously, he feels like it's the right move for him, I don't know", Swinney said when asked. We play Texas A&M the next two years. How much cash will they have if Fisher delivers teams at A&M like he had at Florida State?
Names circulating as possibilities for the Florida State post include Oregon's Willie Taggart and South Florida's Charlie Strong. "Sharp indicated a short timetable for the process, saying the meeting could be called as early as Friday", Sam Khan Jr. reports, "meaning the regents would have identified whom they intend to hire".
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