Jimbo Fisher destroys Nick Saban: 'Some people think they're God'
Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher are getting into it. Fisher responded to the claims that Texas A&M paid for its recruiting class on Thursday in a press conference.
Saban commented on the Aggies’ No. 1 overall 2022 recruiting class on Wednesday evening at the 50-day countdown event for the World Games. He also discussed how there should be more parity with the current landscape of NIL deals. Texas A&M had 30 commits, including 8 5-star recruits, 19 4-star recruits, and 3 3-star recruits.
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Here’s what Fisher had to say about the recent allegations concerning his 2022 recruiting class:
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“It’s a shame we have to do this. It’s despicable someone can say something about someone, and more importantly, 17-year-old kids,” Fisher said. “It’s despicable that a reputable head coach would come out and say this when things don’t go his way. The narcissist in him doesn’t let this happen. Go dig in to wherever he’s been. You can find out everything. It’s a shame. Some people think they’re God. Go dig into how God did his deal.”
Here’s the full video of what Fisher had to say:
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