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The feud between Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher, Saban’s former assistant at LSU, took a weird turn at the SEC Spring Meetings on Tuesday.
Dan Dakich had OutKick’s Trey Wallace on Wednesday’s Don’t @ Me to talk about how Saban is backtracking pretty hard on his previous comments about Fisher.
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“I think he’s backtracking pretty hard,” Wallace said. “You know, the question was coming and it looked like he had a couple notes … But, man, he gave a quick answer, and a reporter that I know went right back at him and said, hey, look, you called [Jimbo Fisher] and you said there was cheating. You know, how do you phrase that? Nick … starts saying, ‘well, I didn’t really … say anybody did anything wrong.'”
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“We’re all sitting there like, wait a minute, no, that’s not how it went,” Wallace continued. “So, yes, he is backtracking heavily. I think that he realizes that, you know, somebody is finally stepped to him and not backed down, and I think that caught him off guard if I’m being honest with you.”
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Wallace said Fisher went “scorched earth” on Saban after the comments, and the Alabama head coach’s comments this week could be Saban trying to slow it all down.
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Watch Wednesday’s full episode here.