Nick Saban issued an apology because of Deion Sanders NOT Jimbo Fisher 👀 – Paul Finebaum | KJM

ESPN College Football published this video item, entitled “Nick Saban issued an apology because of Deion Sanders NOT Jimbo Fisher 👀 – Paul Finebaum | KJM” – below is their description.

Paul Finebaum joins KJM to discuss Jimbo Fisher’s response to Nick Saban’s criticism of Texas A&M recruiting and NIL deals.

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