Jimbo Fisher

Topic:FSU Offense

In his fourth year as head coach at FSU in 2013, Fisher planted the Seminoles back at the top of the college football world, leading Florida State to a 14-0 mark en route to the final national championship of the BCS era. FSU has built on that success in the seasons since. Fisher enters his seventh season with a 68-14 record, including four bowl wins and three ACC Championships. His winning percentage is the second-best in the nation among active coaches. After 22 seasons as a college assistant, including three as FSU’s offensive coordinator, Fisher in 2010 took over for the legendary Bobby Bowden- the second winingest coach in major college football. He has tutored three first-round NFL draft picks at the position while at FSU. The 2015 season culminated with a fourth consecutive BCS or “New Years Six” Bowl appearance for the Seminoles – an unprecedented feat matched only by Alabama. He served as an offensive assistant at Auburn, Cincinnati and LSU before coming to FSU as OC in 2007.


FSU Offense


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