Brady Quinn made headlines recently, calling out Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies for a slow start to the 2023 recruiting cycle.

This comes after the Aggies put together a historic 2022 class, which many claim was paid for by Texas A&M boosters. Here were Quinn’s comments on OutKick (via Longhorns Wire):

It’s a direct correlation to the microscope has been put on us. We can’t do what we did last year and our recruits look a little different right now. I haven’t seen that dramatic of a swing in recruiting ever.

When Nick Saban comes out and basically says, ‘Yeah, dude, you bought that class.’ This justifies it.

Since those comments last week, of course, the Aggies have been red hot on the recruiting trails. They’ve landed 1 5-star commit and 3 4-star players, bumping their class up to No. 41 in the country per 247Sports, albeit with an average player rating second to only Alabama.

Naturally, this recruiting run by Fisher and his staff have many calling out Quinn, a FOX analyst, on social media. Here are some of the reactions below:

It’s going to be a rough week for Quinn on Twitter. If the Aggies add any more commitments in the coming days, look for things to get even tougher for the FOX analyst.