GAINESVILLE, FL - NOVEMBER 25: Head coach Jimbo Fisher of the Florida State Seminoles reacts during the game against the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on November 25, 2017 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)

Former head coach, FSU assistant will follow Jimbo Fisher to Texas A&M


Florida State tight ends coach Tim Brewster announced his plan to join former Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher at Texas A&M on Tuesday via Twitter.

Brewster coached alongside Fisher at FSU from 2013-17 and has served as both a tight ends and wide receivers coach for several Power-5 programs including Texas, North Carolina and Mississippi State, as well as with the San Diego Chargers from 2002-03, coaching future Hall of Famer Antonio Gates. He also served as the University of Minnesota's head coach from 2007-10, recording a 15-30 career record.

During his tenure at FSU, Brewster coached Nick O'Leary, who emerged as one of the nation's best tight ends, having been named a finalist for the Mackey Award, as well as being named a Third Team All-American and an All-ACC Second Teamer in 2013.

Former FSU assistants Darrell Dickey (offensive coordinator), Dameyune Craig (offense) and Jay Graham (running backs) have also left the Seminoles for A&M this offseason.


Fisher resigned as FSU's head coach to accept the same position with the Aggies on December 1. He led the Seminoles to an 83-23 record, which included a national championship in 2013, as well as three ACC titles (2012-14) and four first-place finishes in the ACC Atlantic Division (2010, 2012-14).