During Saturday's SEC showdown against Auburn, Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher was observed venturing away from the sideline.
This incident occurred during the opening stages of the fourth quarter, with the Aggies holding a 20-3 lead. Auburn cornerback Kayin Lee managed to force a fumble from A&M running back Reuben Owens.
Tigers linebacker Eugene Asante seized the loose ball and sprinted 67 yards, converting it into a scoop-and-score touchdown.
The extra point reduced Texas A&M's lead to 20-10. However, the Aggies extended their advantage when Le'Veon Moss scored a four-yard touchdown run with 3:59 left in the game, sealing a 27-10 victory
During a defensive touchdown by Auburn on Saturday, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher was seen on the field.
Auburn had been aiming to achieve a 4-0 record for the first time since 2019.As for Fisher, he's accustomed to the limelight.Such attention comes with the territory when you sign a 10-year, $94.95 million fully-guaranteed contract.