More and more conferences are starting to ditch divisions in college football. Heck, even the Big Ten is looking at moving away from divisions in the next year or two. The SEC is usually all about transformative ideas and there's even a possibility that the conference hosts its own College Football Playoff down the line.
The biggest story in college football over nearly the past week has been the Alabama head coach Nick Saban vs. Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher saga. Along with the many players, media personalities, and coaches that let their opinions of the feud be known, Hall of Fame football coach Steve Spurrier also spoke on the comments between the two national championship winning coaches.
Over the past few days, Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher have dominated the conversation in the football world. Saban alleged that Texas A&M "bought every player" from its top-rated recruiting class. Fisher wasted no time firing back at the Alabama head coach. Fisher denied the allegations and called Saban a "narcissist."
“Did Nick Saban say something that wasn’t true?” Legendary college football coach Steve Spurrier had… The post Steve Spurrier Takes Nick Saban’s Side in Feud with Jimbo Fisher over NIL Comments appeared first on Outsider.
Drama between two SEC coaches? You know Steve Spurrier had to weigh in with his thoughts. Spurrier commented on the feud between Alabama's Nick Saban and Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher late last week, siding with the seven-time national champion head coach. "I don't know why [Jimbo] is mad at Saban,"...
Steve Spurrier weighs in on Nick Saban-Jimbo Fisher feud: “Did Saban say something that wasn’t true?”
Nick Saban’s comments this week about Jimbo Fisher, Deion Sanders, and their players’ NIL deals (in particular, that Fisher’s Texas A&M squad “bought every player on their team,” and that Sanders’ Jackson State team “paid a guy a million dollars”) have sparked all sorts of reactions throughout the college football world. Some of those have included Fisher unloading on “despicable” Saban and saying “Go dig into his past,” and Sanders offering pushback but also measured analysis of Saban’s goals with those comments.
The former Florida and South Carolina coach is backing the Alabama coach in this feud.
Hall of Fame college football coach Steve Spurrier defends Alabama's Nick Saban in spat with Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher
While the college football world is catching its collective breath in the aftermath of the Jimbo Fisher-Nick Saban public spat, there's one Hall of Fame coach who isn't ready to let it go. "I don't know why he is mad at Saban," former Florida and South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier...
Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher have controlled the college football headlines over the past week after Saban accused Texas A&M of buying many of their new top recruits. Fisher called Saban a narcissist in his response and said that he wants nothing to do with the Alabama coach moving forward.
Earlier this week, Nick Saban's comments about Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M football program went viral. Saban alleged that Texas A&M "bought every player" from its top-rated recruiting class. Just about everyone has given their opinion on the comments between Saban and Fisher. Late Friday night, it was Steve...
Hall of Fame coach Steve Spurrier didn't see anything wrong with what Nick Saban said about Jimbo Fisher. "Did Saban say something that wasn't true?"
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Jimbo Fisher’s next impassioned rant might be directed toward another legendary college coach. Steve Spurrier is on Nick Saban’s side. Because seemingly everyone has weighed in on the Saban-Fisher feud, in which the Alabama coach accused the Texas A&M coach of buying “every player” in his 2022 recruiting class, which infuriated Fisher. “I don’t know why [Fisher] is mad at Saban,” Spurrier, the Hall of Fame former Florida and South Carolina coach, told DawgNation.com in a story published Friday. “Did Saban say something that wasn’t true?” Fisher would argue: Yes. On Wednesday, at an event for business leaders in Birmingham, Ala., Saban launched into...
Like most who love college football, Steve Spurrier felt compelled to weigh in on the Nick Saban-Jimbo Fisher drama. "I don’t know why (Fisher) is mad at Saban," Spurrier told DawgNation. "Did Saban say something that wasn’t true?" As you know, Saban more or less accused Fisher of...