Jimbo Fisher looked at Nick Saban and said you’re a FRAUD – Paul Finebaum πŸ‘€ | Get Up

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Heather Dinich, Paul Finebaum and Seth Greenberg are on Get Up to discuss Nick Saban’s comments about Texas A&M and Jimbo Fisher’s recruiting/NIL deal practices.

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