Jimbo Fisher headlines SEC meetings, but college football’s future remains uncertain


DESTIN, Fla. — Regrets, Jimbo Fisher?

“We’re movin’ on.”

Would you like to handle your allegations that Nick Saban is, for deficiency of a certain charge, a shady dude?

“We’re movin’ on.”

Any inquiries from the NCAA, Jimbo?

“We’re movin’ on.”

With that—and a dozen other declarations that he was not likely to answer thoughts about napalming Saban on May 19—the Texas A&M coach moved on out of Southeastern Convention spring conferences. He provided no apology for calling Saban a “narcissist” who thinks he’s “God,” nor for suggesting that reporters should really investigate the 7-time national champion’s procedures of carrying out company. “Go dig into how ‘God’ did his deal,” Fisher stated. “You may well come across out about a ton of things you never want to know.”

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