Fisher’s Finished With Saban Feud, Ready to Move Forward
Texas A&M Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher is finished discussing the beef with Alabama head coach Nick Saban.
"It's over with, we're done talking about it and we're moving on to the future, and what goes on and we're trying to fix the problems of what we have in college football," said Fisher.
The Samford alumnus talked about the dilemma at the 2022 SEC Spring Meetings on Wednesday morning in Sandestin, an area of the Fla., coast.
These comments come nearly two weeks after Saban claimed that Fisher and the Aggies paid recruits via NIL deals to play in College Station, Texas.
"We were second in recruiting last year. A&M was first. A&M bought every player on their team," said Saban at a 2022 World Games event on May 18, 2022.
Saban's remarks created the talk of the year around college football, causing a constant stream of Jimbo vs. Saban.
The home of the 12th man has consistently stayed in the top ten of recruiting classes since Fisher joined the staff.
2018: Alabama No. 5, Texas A&M No. 17
2019: Alabama No. 1, Texas A&M No. 4
2020: Alabama No. 2, Texas A&M No. 6
2021: Alabama No. 1, Texas A&M No. 8
2022: Alabama No. 2, Texas A&M No. 1
Last season, Texas A&M finished 8-4, unranked, and without competing in a bowl game. However, the Aggies beat the Crimson Tide 41-38, marking the only blemish on the Tide's regular season record.