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Just support, you know what I'm saying. There's no reason to be nasty. But at the same time, defending players and people you're with, I'm in charge of them. I love them like a father. When they say something to your family, you take up for it.feedback
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Oct 21 2017
In this page, you will find a list of 55 quotes from Jimbo Fisher, from different articles. We analyzed 31 articles in which Jimbo Fisher has been quoted in topics like Florida State-Miami and Louisville. Jimbo Fisher’s most recent quote is: “I mean, I understand [the frustration]. That's what's part of this. If you're a fan -- are you going to be a loyal fan or not? Just keep fighting with us. We ain't quitting on you. Please don't quit on us. We're going to keep fighting, scratching, coaching, playing, and you see the heart and desire of those kids. And understand something: What if that's your kid? If that was one of your kids or your nephew or your cousin or your friend, keep supporting them, you know what I mean? Just keep supporting because it ain't that.”. To see more examples Jimbo Fisher’s views and opinions, check out the section below.
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Jimbo Fisher quotes

Sep 02 2017

They deserved to win the football game. They made the plays. They got the momentum changed in the second half.feedback

Aug 28 2017

He has the physical tools to do it, but he has the intelligence, too. People don't realize, you have to be able to understand what's going on around you. Not, let's line up at the position, but to actually play the position. He understands that. I talk to him a lot about letting your athletic ability be the last thing you rely on.feedback

Aug 28 2017

He wasn't a tall guy, but he was very physical and very explosive. He was a violent guy. He loved the contact. As you watch those qualities, you saw an ultimate competitor.feedback

Aug 21 2017

There's more grind for a young group and an urgency to learn. It's way above average, and I don't just mean talent-wise, but personality-wise, too. There's a lot of maturity. It's going to be a special group.feedback

Aug 21 2017

Why would I? This is a destination job.feedback

Jul 27 2017

The quarterbacks in the league change it. Think about this: You had Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson, and [Watson] wasn't even the first quarterback in the league drafted. Go look at the head-to-head meetings through the conferences -- us, the Big Ten, all of them -- and we've got a dominant winning record. In the playoff and New Year's Six games, we're 8-3.feedback

Jul 27 2017

I don't think you settle it in one game because you're not talking about one team -- you're talking about a conference. And I think you're not talking about one year -- you're talking about five years. Look at what we've done in the last five years: two national championships, played in the last four, two Heismans, runner-up.feedback

Jul 26 2017

One of us gets a huge leg up and the other almost has to be perfect the rest of the year. ... If you want these big opening games, are you going to reward them if it doesn't turn out right and it's still a very competitive football game, making it worthwhile for you to do it?feedback

Jul 26 2017

There's not enough games of interconference play to help judge how you're rating each league. We get caught up in 'that league's the best league this year.' For instance, last year it was Big Ten, Big Ten. All of a sudden the ACC spanks them to death in bowl games, major games, big games. But maybe during that time of the year, [the Big Ten] was better. I think they do have a hard job because of only picking four teams.feedback

Jul 14 2017

You're 9-3 in bowl games. You're winning nonconference games. So you're saying, Wait a minute, this league is as good as anybody, why do I got to go anywhere else? Football is extremely important. What you're seeing ... the success, the salaries and the commitment the league and the schools are making to football and to say 'we want to be great, we want to win national championships,' people see that.feedback

Jul 13 2017

It's very important now in the ACC. I think the programs have developed that way. I think right now what we've accomplished in the last five years, you're talking about major wins, big wins, national championships, Heisman Trophy winners.feedback

May 29 2017

We'll go back and at least get a general idea of how everything will go.feedback

May 29 2017

We'll have to really hammer down before we get to our camp times, because we've got to make sure our kids understand what we want them to work on during the summer.feedback

May 29 2017

People say, What do you do this time of year? You're trying to get ready for your summer program. I happened to be home that day, and I flipped it on. I watched maybe half of it. You can get ideas of what they're doing, personnel guys, just watching them compete. They'll be very limited and basic just like ours are. Just another chance to watch them.feedback

May 18 2017

Because it's happened so quickly there's not a consensus on what is exactly right because we haven't had enough time to digest it. It was weird because it got thrown on us without a year delay. They just came in and said, OK you can't have two-a-days,' so we're trying to evaluate what's best. Whatever is safest for the kids and best, we'll come to a conclusion on.feedback

May 18 2017

For player safety it's a good rule. At the end of the year, if a guy has developed himself and is ready to play, he may not have been ready early, and all of a sudden you've had some injuries those last four games; whether he's on special teams or they incorporate themselves into playing time, I think that is a significant thing to do, and I think it's a good thing.feedback

May 12 2017

I always say it's like your kids. You say it to them 100 times, but until they experience what you tell them, it's not reality. One of the hard things for people to do, including coaches and everybody, is to change, to look at things and take a deep evaluation and change, and that's why we really did change. It was more I get it now. When they're young, you don't ever know which one of them understands how to focus on detail or are getting by what they've always gotten by with. They had to learn.feedback

May 12 2017

I'm not saying this is like 2012 to 2013. But they learned to believe in each other a lot. At the end of the season, we started to play so well, and I saw how they started to trust each other. You see how they practice and communicate and you get a feel for how they interact.feedback

Apr 14 2017

In football, we have 120 guys and we have nine coaches, so your ratio in football is probably the worst of any sport that there is when you look at the major sports and really break it down. The game has become so complicated and intricate in ways and we definitely need one.feedback

Apr 10 2017

No. We're far from a finished product -- we got a lot of things to do -- but there's a lot to work with there. The attitude is going in the right direction, so I'm pleased.feedback

Apr 10 2017

I was hell this spring. I was never happy, was pushing, because you got to get across what you're trying to sell right now. I'd walk off the field some days and feel bad about practice because how hard I got on them or how hard I challenged or how hard I pushed them.feedback

Apr 10 2017

The guys that needed to block, they blocked pretty good for the most part. That was not a big issue on the day.feedback

Apr 03 2017

I've been very pleased with him. He's coming on really well. He's a big guy [5-10, 196] that can run with power and run with speed.feedback

Apr 03 2017

He's going to be a heckuva guy in that group.feedback

Apr 03 2017

The big thing is buying in to the culture, how we do things, how we practice, and the learning curve. Not just being able to do it once, you got to be able to do it every time and know your assignments inside and out. All these young guys have adjusted really well, been very pleased with them. Ain't no age limit on playing. You got the talent and they can play well then put them in the game. We've played a lot of young guys over old guys.feedback

Mar 31 2017

What we're trying to do now is build his library of knowledge, of all the different positions and what we want him to do. You don't always use all the books in the library. You only pull 'em out when you need them. I wanted him to have that information so when we pull that book out, he knows how to play corner, he knows how to play safety, he knows how to play rush end -- so we'll mix and match him where we think we can get matchups. But we had to do it now and add those things to it, or we wouldn't be able to.feedback

Mar 31 2017

All of a sudden, he's breaking on balls, and after about a practice he looks like he's been there forever. Maybe there's a niche you can use him there when you have to.feedback

Mar 28 2017

That's where you talk about some harsh penalties I think need to be, when you're late hitting a quarterback. You're talking about kicking guys out when you hit 'em in the head, when you late hit a quarterback completely, you're really doing some things. In the NFL some of them guys they'd have thrown them in jail. He was banged and bruised, but a majority of it came with late stuff. I'm not criticizing officials, but I think it's got be an emphasis and I'm going to push for it.feedback

Mar 28 2017

We'll talk about it. I'm not criticizing [officials]. They've all got tough jobs. But I think it has to be brought to the attention of people because of safety issues. We're talking about the head injuries and concussions, that's the most vulnerable guy on the field by far.feedback

Mar 28 2017

He was banged up. All the injuries came from late and cheap hits. If we don't emphasize the hitting on the quarterback, we're nuts. I mean, I've got 'em on film. After the second step was in the ground, he's made contact on. It's supposed to be an automatic penalty. It's got to be an emphasis. They're vulnerable.feedback

Mar 28 2017

It has to be a college football thing, not an ACC thing. Just like they erred on the side of protection with hits down the field, you've got to do the same thing with quarterbacks. That's the only way you're going to get people off of them, in my opinion.feedback

Mar 28 2017

I'm not saying that. I just think we all do what we're allowed to get away with, and our team the same way. I'm not playing it one way or the other. I just think as a rule itself it needs to be emphasized.feedback

Mar 22 2017

There's a lot of young talent in there that's really got to learn to take different roles and play, but they have the ability to be some really good players.feedback

Mar 22 2017

He's a great kid, a very intelligent guy and a very caring guy, and he'll be a heckuva football player.feedback

Nov 12 2016

I was extremely happy. He goes in and performs every time he goes in with a lot of heart and a lot of toughness.feedback

Nov 12 2016

We need to play from ahead and finish and we did all of those things (on Friday).feedback

Oct 08 2016

It's great competition. Heck of a game.feedback

Oct 05 2016

It looks like the worst of it may hit Thursday night in Miami. So we may have to wait until Friday morning before we go down and see what goes on.feedback

Oct 05 2016

That's our thoughts right now, but we don't know. We're still getting updates as it goes.feedback

Sep 24 2016

Dalvin had a nice day.feedback

Sep 18 2016

You don't play with fire and let teams get ahead of you.feedback

Sep 06 2016

He's a kid who loves his team. His teammates believe in him, and he's a fighter, and he's a competitor, which I'm very proud of.feedback

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