In the past few years, FSU Lebanon Area patiently dealt with Fisher flirting with LSU in particular and Texas in part, among others, only to see its favorite son return home before sunrise.
FSU tacked on the game at the end of the regular season to try to become eligible for a bowl for a 36th straight year. LSU fans are watching this play out with bemusement, considering two years ago it appeared Fisher was all but Baton Rouge-bound once FSU wrapped up its season. According to news s at Friendship maybe more curious time, the "political landscape" and the state of Louisiana's financial troubles helped doom the notion of Fisher returning to LSU, where he once served as offensive coordinator.
It played out a year ago in Baton Rouge, too, when the Tigers fired Miles four games into the season and Ed Orgeron was auditioning for the job as interim coach. He's been Joe's guy from the start.
Again, I'm not going to comment on those things. That's one more reason even folks on the Florida State side of things believe this dalliance seems different than those in recent years.
That's why the Aggies are trying so hard to bring him onboard. Based on everything emerging in the past week on each side of the Gulf of Mexico, longtime FSU beat writer Bud Elliott on Tuesday addressed whether Fisher had burned his bridges beyond repair in Beautiful women seeking sex Hapeville. He needs to work with Florida State, not against it.