Clemson lands top 2020 recruit, moves past Alabama as No. 1 class “I think this place is a very unique place and I plan on being here a long time,” Fisher said, per the team’s website. “I wish Scott and those guys the best, but we’re here to do a job, I was hired to do a job. I’m extremely happy here.”Jimbo Fisher: “Scott [Woodward] was one of the reasons that I came out here … but after being here, this place is phenomenal. This place fits my personality, I love the people, and I plan on being here a long time.” pic.twitter.com/7TA86DLRoA— TexAgs (@TexAgs) April 24, 2019Fisher admitted that Woodward was a big reason as to why he decided to join the Aggies, but he credited the team he’s building and the atmosphere of College Station as reasons why he wants to stay, ultimately shutting down any speculation that he might move on now that Woodward is gone. Related News Jimbo Fisher doesn’t have plans to leave Texas A&M, even though athletic director Scott Woodward left for LSU earlier this month. Fisher reassured fans Tuesday that he plans to lead the Aggies for as long as he can and that Woodward’s exit will have no affect on his future with the organization. NCAA adjusts targeting, overtime rules for upcoming season “Scott was one of the reasons I came out here as far as the introduction and comfort level I had with him,” Fisher said. “But after being here, this place is phenomenal, and I plan on being here a long time. I love the people. I love the direction we’re going. I love the commitment they have to excellence in all phases.”This place fits my personality. I love the people. I love what’s here, and I’m planning on being here a long time. And hey, we got a job to do. And I wish them the best, but we’re going to find another great athletic director because this is a phenomenal place. And we’re going to go on, were going to win championships and do the things we’re going to do.”In Fisher’s first season with Texas A&M, he led the football program to a 9-4 regular-season record before his team defeated N.C. State with a big 52-13 in the Gator Bowl. He signed a 10-year, $75 million contract with Texas A&M in December 2017 after coaching Florida State for eight seasons.