Another offseason, another instance of Alabama football head coach Nick Saban calling out other programs for their NIL spending. Saban, who last offseason accused Texas A&M of “buying” their roster, name dropped USC and Texas as reasons for why there isn't “parity” in college football at the SEC spring meetings, per Brett McMurphy of Action Network.

“You think it’s (parity) here? I think the way Southern Cal, Texas & Texas A&M are spending money … it hasn't hit yet. What are you willing to spend?”

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Saban, who has led Alabama football to six national titles, feels that USC, Texas and Texas A&M's NIL spending have made parity in college impossible.

A six-time national champion who has historically won the day on the recruiting trail crying about parity certainly sounds rich.

But Saban, who has watched as the Aggies beat him out for the number one recruiting class in 2022, Texas football check in just behind the Tide in 2023 and USC consistently land top talents out of the transfer portal, has seen the influence of NIL money firsthand.

The Alabama football coach has voiced his support of athletes being paid in the past. Heck, one of Saban's own athletes, current Carolina Panthers quarterback Bryce Young, made nearly $3.5 million during his college career.

Saban and his Crimson Tide, as well as Texas and USC football, will continue to be the biggest beneficiaries from NIL spending.

But the Alabama football coach is warning fans, pundits and leaders of the sport.

The rich will only continue to get richer with NIL spending.