Texas A&M Football Coaching Staff

Last Game

Oklahoma State
Win 24-21
Dec 27, 2019
Texas Bowl

Jimbo Fisher

Head Coach

Jimbo Fisher, who led Florida State to the college football national championship during the 2013 season, is entering his second year as Texas A&M head football coach. His first A&M team finished with a 9-4 record, including a close loss to eventual national champion Clemson, a 74-72 seven OT win over a top 10 LSU team, and a 52-13 Gator Bowl win against NC State. Fisher compiled an 83-23 record and won at least ten games in six of his eight seasons at the helm in Tallahassee. His teams had four top ten finishes and three other top 25 finishes. Known for his acumen in developing quarterbacks, Fisher has mentored four signal callers who became NFL first round picks. Prior to serving as the offensive coordinator and then head coach of the Seminoles, Fisher was Nick Saban's OC at LSU, where he also won a national title. Saban has called Fisher the best offensive coordinator to ever work for him. Fisher also led offenses at Auburn, Cincinnati, and Samford.

Darrell Dickey

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Darrell Dickey joined the Texas A&M staff as offensive coordinator after six years at Memphis, first working alongside Justin Fuente and then Mike Norvell. He also served as interim head coach when Fuente departed for Virginia Tech. Under Dickey's and Jimbo Fisher's leadership, the 2018 Aggies ranked fourth in the SEC in total offense, averaging 472 yards and 36 points per game. Dickey's final Memphis squad ranked second nationally in scoring offense, averaging 47.7 points per game, and fourth in total offense at over 548 yards per game. The Tigers also averaged over 200 yards per game on the ground. Prior to his time at Memphis, Dickey spent time coaching both in the SEC and in Texas, including serving as a graduate assistant under Jackie Sherrill at Texas A&M in 1985. In the early 1990s, he coached tight ends at LSU and quarterbacks and running backs at Mississippi State. He was the head coach at North Texas from 1998-2006 and led the Mean Green to four straight Sun Belt Titles from 2001-2004.

Mike Elko

Defensive Coordinator

Mike Elko joined the A&M staff to run the Aggie defense after helping revitalize a Notre Dame team that spent much of 2017 in the top ten and closed the season with a win over LSU in the Citrus Bowl. Elko has built a reputation as an aggressive defensive coordinator who builds schemes around players' strengths with an exceptional ability to adjust. That resume was on display in his first season in Aggieland as the A&M defense improved significantly over the previous year and throughout the 2018 campaign. Before heading to South Bend, the 40 year-old Elko was the defensive coordinator at Wake Forest for three seasons and Bowling Green for five. Neither program is a football power, yet Elko joined Notre Dame as one of only two active defensive coordinators with five consecutive top 40 defenses. Elko's 2015 unit was one of four defenses in the country to finish among the top-20 in scoring defense, sacks, and forced turnovers. The other three teams on that list were playoff qualifiers Alabama and Washington and the national champion Clemson Tigers.

Dameyune Craig

Wide Receivers

Dameyune Craig, who was a record-setting quarterback at Auburn during his playing days, comes to Aggieland after multiple coaching stops throughout the southeast. Notably, Craig spent time at Florida State under head coach Jimbo Fisher, overseeing the Seminoles' quarterbacks and recruiting efforts from 2010-2012 and returning to Tallahassee as an offensive analyst in 2017. In between his stints at FSU, Craig was Auburn's co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach from 2013-2015 and coached receivers at LSU in 2016. Craig has been ranked as one of the nation's top recruiters by multiple outlets and recruited Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston to Florida State as part of the Seminoles' top-five 2012 class.

Jay Graham

Running Backs

Jay Graham's path to College Station runs primarily through the southeast, with stops at Florida State, Tennessee and South Carolina. As a running backs and special teams coach, Graham helped FSU to a national title in 2013 and two ACC Championships in his five seasons in Tallahassee. Graham has had a hand in developing multiple collegiate and NFL stars, including running backs Dalvin Cook and Devonta Freeman and kicker Robert Aguayo. In his first season at A&M, Graham tutored Trayveon Williams, who rushed for a school-record and SEC-leading 1,760 yards and was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals. Prior to his coaching days, Graham was a standout running back at Tennessee and, after he was drafted in the third round by Baltimore in the 1997 NFL Draft, spent six seasons playing for Baltimore, Seattle and Green Bay.

Josh Henson

Offensive Line

Josh Henson comes to Texas A&M after three seasons at his alma mater, Oklahoma State, where he coached the offensive line in 2017-18 after one campaign as an offensive analyst. Despite having to field seven different starting offensive line combinations in 2018 because of injuries, Henson's group helped pave the way for a Cowboy offense that ranked in the top 15 nationally in scoring offense, total offense, passing offense and first downs. Additionally, the Cowboys ranked second in the Big 12 in rushing offense (190.3 yards per game), rushing touchdowns (30) and rushing yards per carry (4.8). As a player, Henson was a standout offensive lineman for the Cowboys who logged 37 starts over his four-year career. As a senior in 1997, he was a second-team All-Big 12 performer and was a leader for a Cowboy squad that went 8-4 and finished second in the Big 12 South.

Maurice Linguist

Defensive Backs

Maurice Linguist joined the Texas A&M coaching staff from Minnesota, where he was the Assistant Head Coach and spent one season coaching defensive backs. His 2017 Gophers ranked third in the Big Ten in passing defense and pass efficiency defense, ahead of Ohio State, Penn State, and Michigan State. Known as a strong recruiter, Linguist became familiar with the SEC when he coached safeties at Mississippi State for the 2016 season, and prior to that he was Iowa State's defensive passing game coordinator from 2014-15. Linguist, a Mesquite native, began his coaching career in 2007 as a graduate assistant at Baylor, where he played safety from 2003-06 and was the team’s most valuable defensive player as a senior.

Bradley Dale Peveto


Bradley Dale Peveto came to Aggieland as a veteran of the Southeastern Conference coaching ranks, having worked at Ole Miss, LSU and Kentucky. While at LSU, Peveto helped the Tigers to the 2007 national championship as a member of Les Miles' staff. In addition to his coaching accolades, which include five conference championships, Peveto is a highly-regarded recruiter and has helped build multiple highly-ranked classes for the Tigers and Rebels. The linebacker coach played his college ball at SMU, where he was a part of two conference championship teams.

Terry Price

Defensive Ends

A defensive standout during his time as a player at Texas A&M, Terry Price led the defensive line in tackles during his final two seasons. As a coach, Price has spent his entire career on SEC sidelines. Since returning to A&M in 2012, he’s helped Damontre Moore reach All-American status and Myles Garrett break the SEC freshman sack record with 11.5 in 2014. Price previously spent two- and three-year stints leading the defensive line at Ole Miss, with a tour on Auburn’s defensive staff from 1999-2008 in between. Auburn led the SEC in sacks in 2005, including 11 against Alabama alone.

Elijah Robinson

Interior Defensive Line

One of the youngest members of the Aggie staff, Elijah Robinson spent four years at Baylor (2017) and Temple (2014-16) before joining Jimbo Fisher in College Station. In his four years as defensive line coach for the Bears and Owls, Robinson coached seven players to all-conference accolades, while his 2014 Temple team led the AAC in scoring defense and passing defense. Before his time in Waco and Philadelphia, Robinson played college football at Penn State and, after a career-ending injury, worked as a graduate assistant for the Nittany Lions.

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