Video: Texas A&M Assistant Football Coach Caught On Video Using NIL Money As Recruiting Tool

Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher had feuded over the issue only a month ago


(FanNation) The feud between Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher might have another wrinkle to it. A month after the two head coaches exchanged back-and-forth statements about Texas A&M’s recruiting practices regarding name, image and likeness (NIL) deals, the Aggies are once again at the center of speculation following a recent video posted on social media Thursday.

Last month, Nick Saban called out Texas A&M’s recruiting practices, stating that the Aggies “bought every player on their team,” through NIL deals. Fisher promptly responded during a press conference, denying the remarks while questioning Saban’s character.


“You can call me anything you want to call me, but you ain’t calling me a cheat,” Fisher said. “I don’t cheat and I don’t lie. I learned that when I was a kid. If you did, the old man would slap you upside the head. Maybe somebody should have slapped him.”

Fisher went on to call Saban’s comments “despicable,” stating Texas A&M has never bought players or broken any rules in its recruiting of players. However. A video of a Texas A&M staffer seems to refute that.

The clip shows the staffer pointing to the luxury suits inside Texas A&M’s Kyle Field before stating, “Y’all getting a lot of money from the people behind these suites if you decide to come play here.”

By NCAA rules, colleges are not allowed to use potential NIL deals to recruit players to their programs. Additionally, violations of the established rules are referred to NCAA Bylaw 13.01.2:

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