With great joy it is a treat to be able to constantly tap that the Aggies are set to kick off their 2022 season this Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Central against the only FCS opponents they will face this season, the Sam Houston State. Bearcats.

On Wednesday night at Rudy’s Bar-BQ, the “Jimbo Fisher Radio Show” debuted as Jimbo Fisher answered questions from “Voice of the Fightin’ Texas Aggies” Andrew Monaco, while fans in attendance had the unique opportunity to hear Coach Fisher in a more casual setting as he leads his team to Kyle Field for the first time this season on Saturday afternoon.

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During the interview, Fisher expressed how he felt at the start of his 35th year of coaching, noting that he still had “butterflies,” especially since the season really begins this weekend.

“You want to do well, you want your team to do well and you want to do well for them. You are responsible for preparing them.

Asked about the much-publicized tight ends rotation (at least in Aggie-based media), Fisher directly stated that the three freshman tight ends, including Donovan Green, Jake Johnson and Theo Ohrstrom, will all see playing time soon. this Saturday.

“They’re going to have to play. They are in rotation.

One of Fisher’s last comments was honestly as Jimbo Fisheresqe as it gets while discussing the role and importance of the quarterback in any offense, especially in his offensive system with the Aggies,

You really are a mother when you’re quarterback. You have to clean up everyone’s messes…you don’t have to be a grown man. You have to be a grown mom and fix everything.

All in all, it was a fun and interesting evening for those lucky enough to catch the show, and we’ll all be looking forward to his weekly appearances in one of the most important seasons of his career as Texas A&M head coach. .

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