The Texas A&M football program hasn't won a national championship since 1939. As a member of the Big 12, the Aggies captured only one conference championship (1998). Since joining the Southeastern Conference in 2012, College Station's favorite sons have finished in the AP Top 25 just three times, twice with Johnny Manziel at quarterback.
In his first season leading the Texas A&M Aggies, Fisher's team finished the 2018 season with a 9-4 record and ranked No. 16 in the final AP Poll. On top of that, the Aggies landed the nation's fourth-best recruiting class heading into 2019 and sixth-best heading into 2020, according to 247Sports.
It's safe to say expectations are at an all-time high. Despite the hype, the maroon and white haven't accomplished anything just yet. That's not stopping Fisher and company from doing everything they can to turn Texas A&M into a perennial College Football Playoff contender for the next decade, though.
Do yourself a favor and watch this Texas A&M football hype video courtesy of YouTube user Graham Harmon, and get ready to run through the nearest brick wall.
Texas A&M Football Hype Video
With a 10-year, $75 million contract in his pocket, the former Florida State Seminoles mastermind has fallen in love with Texas and is here to stay. His job, however, is far from finished.
Texas A&M fans get their first look at the 2020 Aggies with a home game against Abilene Christian in Kyle Field, then face a loaded SEC schedule with road games against Auburn and Alabama before hosting the defending College Football Playoff national champion LSU Tigers to close the season.
Quarterback Kellen Mond is confident, but can he make the jump to elite status as a senior? The Aggies head into the 2020 season with a loaded schedule as usual, but things are looking bright in College Station.
Buckle that chinstrap. Do the ordinary things better than other guy. Focus on yourselves.
Aggie football is coming.