Jimbo Fisher
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"Jimbo Fisher, Jr." is an American college football coach and former player. He is currently head coach at Florida State University.

As a senior student at Samford University Fisher was the 1987 NCAA Division III (NCAA)/Division III National Player of the Year. From 2000 until 2006 he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Louisiana State University/LSU. From 2007 to 2009 he was offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach and, beginning in 2007, head coach-in-waiting for the Florida State Seminoles. Bobby Bowden, Florida State's head coach of 34 years, retired after the team's appearance in its 28th consecutive Gator Bowl/bowl game on January 1, 2010. Fisher took over as head coach soon after. Florida State is Fisher's first head coaching position and he led them to a 10–4 record during his first season. His inaugural year marked FSU's first 10-win season 2003 Florida State Seminoles football team/since 2003 and first appearance in the ACC Championship Game 2005 Florida State Seminoles football team/since 2005. In the 2012 season, he led the Seminoles to 12-2 record and victory at the Orange Bowl, followed by a 14-0 record and BCS National Championship for the 2013 season.

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