The Top 5 Jimbo Fisher Quotes Of The Day

  1. "Expectations are high and you can't run from expectations. It's how you deal with them, expectations don't win games. Just like talent. Talent is what you're capable of; attitude determines how well you do it. They're saying we're supposed to win but we have to have our attitude right, go back and remember what work ethic is and remember the process of winning. Lay the foundation, work hard every day, control what we can control, don't worry about what people say, don't worry about the outcome. If we're ready to play, then the expectations will come true."
  2. "We also believe that guys need to have success off of the field and we can develop these young men by creating an atmosphere and environment for them to be successful as people, as students, then as athletes. When they start having success outside their area of expertise, and I consider athletics as their area of expertise, it's amazing how the person grows and it transitions right out onto the field. We're trying to develop the person and be proactive in everything we do and try to get them to see things in a different light and be very successful. If you are successful off the field, you'll be successful on."
  3. "Last spring we sent the tone on how we want to do things and the tempo and intensity by which we want to practice," Fisher said. "This is the way it's going to be done, we're coming here to work, practice is a place to get better and have fun with it.
  4. "That's why I wanted the Florida State job," Fisher said. "That's why I waited and turned down other opportunities because I wanted a place where I thought we could win it all. I know we're not there yet but we have a chance in the future if we do things right.
  5. "It's the details right now," Fisher said. "Making sure I dot the I's and cross the T's and get our team at every possible position into camp and prepare them to be successful. And touch every aspect of everything we do and make sure we get enough time on it and do a great evaluation of our players, make sure we don't overload the players but still give them enough to win."