The Texas Tribune is reporting that the Aggies head coach has not signed his new contract with the school despite being introduced in College Station the first week of December. A school spokesperson, Kelly Brown, told the Tribune that Fisher is working under a memorandum of understanding and — naturally — is being paid regularly as part of his annual salary.
“There’s no disagreement over the contract and there’s nothing contentious going on behind the scenes,” she said in an email. The previously announced terms of Fisher’s contract — that he’ll earn a guaranteed $75 million over 10 years — will be unchanged in the signed version, which officials expect may be complete in the “next few weeks,” Brown said.
Jimbo Fisher still hasn’t signed his 10-year, $75 million contract with Texas A&M https://t.co/U8biSI9wms— CollegeFootballTalk (@CFTalk) May 31, 2018