Jimbo Fisher dislikes proposed NCAA recruiting rule changes

Mitch Sherman caught up to Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and asked him about the proposed rule changes to college football recruiting currently being considered by the NCAA.

Read: How college football recruiting rules could change the game.

Specifically, Fisher tackled the issue of unregulated (read: unlimited) phone calls and text messages.

It sounds good. But here's the difference between football and basketball: In football, you're recruiting 25; in basketball, you're recruiting three or four. I'm going to tell you what, for an assistant coach's life right now, it's fixing to change dramatically. You're not going to have a family life. You talk about burnout? I mean, I'm for communication and opening it up, but how are your coaches going to have a life? Because if you're not spending the time, somebody else is. Your staff, they may need to grow. I don't know if you have enough people on your staff to do that. That's a very scary avenue to go down, in my opinion.

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