Paul Finebaum and many other SEC media members were on hand in Destin, Florida, on Tuesday for the start of SEC spring meetings.

The big topic, of course, was the recent war of words between Alabama coach Nick Saban and Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher.

But, according to Finebaum during an appearance on “Get Up” on ESPN, Saban was very dismissive of anything relating to Fisher:

“It was quintessential Saban,” Finebaum said. “Anyone who has been around him for any amount of time knew what he was going to say. Nick Saban never engages other coaches. That’s below him. That’s not what he does. He’s the greatest of all time. He treated Jimbo Fisher yesterday like a fly on your potato salad at the Memorial Day company picnic. Like shoo, get away, you’re not really important, you’re not worthy. I think Saban was smart. He acted like it was no big deal. …

“He was challenged, and you can call him disingenuous or call him Nick Saban, but today will be a very defining moment of this conversation because Jimbo Fisher meets the media here later this afternoon. He is not the most nuanced, articulate orator, and how he presents himself is going to be very interesting, especially when he comes under fire by the media.”

Will Fisher still be angry and rant about Saban? Or, will we see a more subdued Fisher during Wednesday’s media availability? We’ll find out soon!