5 Jimbo Fisher replacements who would give Texas A&M more than false hope

Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Aggies. (Photo by Jack Gorman/Getty Images)
Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Aggies. (Photo by Jack Gorman/Getty Images) /
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Urban Meyer, Jacksonville Jaguars
Urban Meyer, Jacksonville Jaguars. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) /

Jacksonville Jaguars. Urban Meyer. player. Pick Analysis. 52. Scouting Report. Former Head Coach. 4

If you want to play with the big dogs, go get yourself a head coach who can win

Let’s be real. Texas A&M already has some major cultish tendencies and the athletic department wants its teams to win big more than anything in the world. There are a few places where desperation could get the best of them. We would be foolish to not say things are getting pretty dire in College Station of late. This may go to hell in a hand basket, but what about Urban Meyer?

Texas A&M is in a tough spot, akin to what Auburn is going through. The Aggies need to hire a head coach who strikes fear in the eyes of Nick Saban and Kirby Smart. While the latter is not as important as the former for divisional reasons, we know what Meyer is capable of leading a top-tier Power Five program. Meyer to Texas A&M could change the entire dynamic of SEC football.

If Texas A&M wants to get rid of a snake oil salesman, drill some holes and hire persona non grata!

3. 814. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Todd Monken. player. Offensive Coordinator. Georgia Bulldogs

Todd Monken will bring offensive schematics that Texas A&M is in dire need of

Maybe instead of hiring a head coach who uses a Swagcopter or one who gets into petty podium wars with the GOAT of college football coaching in the month of May, how about hiring a guy who is creative offensively and wins just about every Saturday? Yes, Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken would be a great candidate for Texas A&M to hire if it cannot get rid of Fisher fast enough.

Admittedly, Monken is not going to leave Athens for just any job. Although he will be up for most vacancies, Texas A&M is definitely one worth leaving for. The Aggies are recruiting rivals of Georgia to this point, and nothing more. It is not like switching allegiances and going to historical rivals like Auburn or Georgia Tech. Either way, Monken will be running an offense that is not stuck in 2013…

Texas A&M has players that desperately need to be schemed up on the offensive side of the ball.