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Jimbo and James and the championship game

Bulldawg90Bulldawg90 Posts: 531 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
edited February 2022 in General

One of the ways viewers could watch the championship game was as a “fly on the wall” as Jimbo Fisher and his A&M staff watched and break it down in real time.

I watched it on YouTube, and to see James Coley interacting with Jimbo Fisher was painful, but fascinating at the same time.

If you get a chance check it out. Jimbo is no Tony Romo, as he kept guessing the play call to come and never got it right.



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