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Now that the drama has settled down a bit between Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher, who will be the one holding a grudge against the other? Well, ESPN's Paul Finebaum believes A&M's Fisher will not be getting over this feud any time soon...

“I think with Jimbo Fisher, it is real," Finebaum said, via 247Sports. "He’s a very proud guy. Both he and Nick Saban are from West Virginia and they take things like that very seriously. I think Saban wants to move on. I think Saban will admit privately that he made a mistake. He said something that, in context, was accurate, but it sounded very badly.

“Jimbo Fisher I don’t think wants to move on. His fan base is behind him. He thinks this is a big moment for him. He stood up to the biggest bully. … I don’t think he wants to move on. I think he’ll follow the proper decorum today and tomorrow, but deep down, he likes this fight.”
Alabama hosts Texas A&M on Oct. 8th.

(The Spun)
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I predict a very lopsided score on the 8th. Saban will be going for blood. Jimbo simply does not have the team to compete and win in Alabama. If it was in CS then maybe he could pull the upset but not in Bama with Young still being the QB. Bama is stacked yet again.
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