Texas A&M relieves Darrell Dickey of offensive coordinator duties

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The first step to real change for the Texas A&M offense took place Monday afternoon when offensive coordinator and tight end coach Darrell Dickey was relieved of his duties. The Aggies' offense disappointed throughout a stressful 5-7 showing in the 2022 season. They only averaged 22.8 points per game in the regular season, which was 101st in the nation. Texas A&M was 87th in first downs and 95th in total offense. Dickey didn’t call plays, but his removal opens up a spot for Jimbo Fisher to hire a play caller. 

Fisher is 39-21 after five seasons in College Station. He’s 23-18 in SEC play. The Aggies missed a bowl game for the first time in his tenure in 2022. They’ve lost at least four games in four of the five seasons he’s been in charge. The only year that Texas A&M finished SEC play with fewer than three losses was the 2020 COVID year. 

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