Almost two weeks ago, Texas A&M Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher went off on Nick Saban after the Alabama boss criticized their No. 1 recruiting class, claiming there must've been some funny business going on in terms of NIL rules due to how many top recruits they signed. Fisher didn't take kindly to Saban's words and even rejected his calls, saying he was done with him.

Well, now the Aggies HC is letting go of all the beef and moving on as he shifts his focus to A&M's upcoming season.

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“It’s over with, we’re done talking about it,” Fisher said, via Sports Illustrated. “There are a lot more pressing needs than our arguments. I made comments and we’re moving on to the next thing.”

Fisher called Saban a narcissist and told the NCAA to look into Alabama's past if they really wanted to know the truth. Saban regretted his comments about the Aggies and Jackson State in a press conference on Tuesday:

“I should have never mentioned any individual institutions, and I’ve said that before,” Saban said.

Despite Jimbo Fisher supposedly moving on from the debacle, you'd have to believe he's still annoyed by all of it. He'll have the chance to get revenge on October 8th when the Crimson Tide visit the Aggies in College Station. Texas A&M already beat Bama last season as well in a 41-38 thriller.

No one Nick Saban is salty.