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During an interview with WDTV5News' Ally Osborne this week, Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher (West Virginia native) was asked if he would ever consider coaching the home-state Mountaineers... (The Spun)
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Well now. This aged like fine milk.
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Just laying the groundwork for when he fails, shortly before he is run out of town. That's how he rolls
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This is how someone working in sales does when they've been there awhile. They get sloppy, or lazy and see that their sales funnel is diminishing with no immediate prospects to stave off the inevitable wolves, nipping at his heels and he starts dropping hints to his competitor's reps that he might be open to a change. For all the competitor knows, the guy is the type they'd like to have. They don't know if he's bored and looking for the next big hunt to bring in the big game, or if he's just played out. This sounds exactly like what Jimbo is doing.
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Already starting contract renegotiations....
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Something tells me WVU can’t pay the kind of salary he demands right now.
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If WVU wants a "native son" tell em to come get Saban out of the league. Jimbo doesn't worry anyone, but Saban needs to go.
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It’s time to start the rumors about Jimbo leaving A&M for UWV at the end of the season.
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Damn, already looking around. That was the "thing" that Finebaum correctly said a few years ago. jimbo dosen't grow roots.
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