Seems like a strange time for this, but I’m not Jimbo Fisher.
Some interesting moves were being theorized to be taking place among Texas A&M‘s offensive staff, and Jimbo Fisher has confirmed suspicions.
First, Billy Liucci of TexAgs got the ball rolling when he pointed out an interesting shakeup that was taking place at practice.
“Very interesting offensive shake-up at A&M practice today, where James Coley was working with the WRs, Dameyune Craig QBs and Darrell Dickey the TEs,” tweeted Liucci.
Now, Fisher put the new positions in stone, revealing the new duties of some of his offensive coaches.
“We’ve mixed it around in different ways than what we’ve had,” stated Fisher. “Coach Craig has been with us as quarterbacks coach, Dickey has moved over to tight ends, scripting and things. It allows him to do some things, but he’s been very experienced. He’s done that for many years. .. And Coley is working with receivers. Right now we’ve switched some guys around on offense.
“They’ve all done it before. Every one of them has coached them positions before. The dynamic of how we do things, and how we want to go.”
I have no idea what that’s supposed to mean. Although I suppose you can’t invoke the Peter Principle if all you make are lateral moves.