Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher says he's no longer mad at Alabama's Nick Saban following their public disagreement this past offseason.

"What people don't realize is that it's not like we ever talked a lot," Fisher said, according to ESPN's Chris Low. "Since I've been here, we've probably talked on the phone five different times. He might call me about something or need a favor, which is still fine. I don't have a problem with that, and I would still help if that was the case.

"Nick and I ain't got time to call each other. It doesn't have anything to do with like or dislike. I mean, what am I going to say if I call him - 'Our recruiting is going well. How is yours going?' Hell, we're recruiting the same damn guys."

Fisher found himself in the headlines after having a highly publicized war of words with Saban when the Crimson Tide coach alleged that Texas A&M "bought" all its players in its top-rated 2022 recruiting class.

The next day, Fisher responded to Saban's comments by calling him "despicable" and a "narcissist" in a viral tirade. Saban later apologized, clarifying that his issue wasn't with any particular person but rather schools that use NIL as a recruiting inducement.