LOOK: Weird stat shown during Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher’s interview on College GameDay

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Jimbo Fisher has arrived at Texas A&M, giving the SEC another head coach with championship pedigree. However, the question on everyone’s mind is: How has Fisher fared against Big 12 competition?

Confused? So is everyone else.

During Fisher’s interview with ESPN College GameDay on Saturday, a graphic below the Aggies’ new head coach displayed a stat that seemed very out of place. Take a look:

Someone may not have been informed that Texas A&M has now played almost five full seasons since making the move from the Big 12 to the SEC after the 2012 season.

On top of that, not sure if those three games are a good sample size to determine Fisher has struggled against that conference. If you’re wondering, those three games featured two losses to Oklahoma in 2010 and 2011 and a win over Oklahoma State in 2014.

Ah, wait. The Aggies must be playing against a Big 12 team in the bowl game at least, right? Nope. Texas A&M faces Wake Forest of the ACC in the Belk Bowl on Dec. 29.

So maybe the Seminoles play a Big 12 team, and there was just some confusion? Florida State plays Southern Miss of Conference USA in the Independence Bowl.

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