Jimbo Fisher may have left Tallahassee, but he hasn’t seen the last of the “tomahawk chop.”
As Fisher made his first appearance on campus at an A&M men’s basketball game, a FSU fan brilliantly trolled him with FSU’s famous rallying cry.
Jimbo Fisher encountered a Prairie View A&M fan (and FSU fan) at Texas A&M’s Reed Arena who did the tomahawk chop as he walked by (he gave a friendly hand slap): pic.twitter.com/IrvFSfwkhW
— Brent Zwerneman (@BrentZwerneman) December 9, 2017
At least Fisher was a good sport about it.
Fisher spent eight years as FSU’s head coach and another three as its offensive coordinator. He re-signed last month after taking a 5-6 record into the final week of the regular season.
Fisher immediately took the Texas A&M job, signing a record 10-year, $75 million contract.
This wasn’t the only notable thing to happen at the game. Fisher told the crowd he hoped to set the NCAA record for highest attendance ever at the 2018 spring game. That record is currently held by Ohio State.
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