|Born|| October 9, 1965 (age 53)|
Clarksburg, West Virginia
|Coaching Career (HC unless noted)|
|2007-2009||Florida State (OC/QB)|
|Head Coaching Record|
|Accomplishments and Honors|
|1 National (2013)|
|2 ACC (2012, 2013)|
|1 Florida Cup (2013)|
John James "Jimbo" Fisher (born October 9, 1965) is an American college football coach and former player of Salem College (1985–1986), Samford (1987), and Chicago Bruisers (1988) as a Quarterback. He is currently the head football coach at Florida State University.
Jimbo Fisher started coaching as the offensive coordinator and the quarterback coach at Florida State in 2007. He was aside Bobby Bowden until he retired on December 1, 2009, where then Jimbo Fisher succeeded him as the Head Coach.
As of the 2010 football season, Jimbo Fisher has been the Head Coach of the Seminoles, pushing them towards the Conference division title, in which they won in his first season.
- Main article: 2012 ACC Championship Game
- Main article: 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship Game
It only took four years for Jimbo Fisher to go undefeated and claim both his second Conference Title (ACC) and his first National Title (BCS). On January 6, 2014, the number one ranked Florida State Seminoles, faced number 2, the Auburn Tigers, for the first time since 1990. The Seminoles won 34 to 31, finishing the Bowl Championship Series Era with one of the best Bowl games in history, and ending the back-to-back winning streak from SEC teams.
|Head Football Coaches at Florida State University|
|Bobby Bowden • Jimbo Fisher|