Jimbo Fisher has moved on from the summer spat with Nick Saban over name, image and likeness accusations, and doesn’t believe it’ll carry over to the game this week against Alabama.

“I really don’t. That’s between him and I,” Fisher said on the SEC coaches media teleconference. “… That happens sometimes in this business. The teams are the teams. They’ll prepare and play hard no matter what.”

It’s been several months since Texas A&M was expected to compete for the SEC West division title, and now the Aggies have lost to Appalachian State and most recently Mississippi State. Last week, the mistake-filled blowout loss at Mississippi State dropped the team out of The AP Top 25 poll and has Fisher and the team looking for answers on offense.

After Max Johnson injured his hand last week, it’s led to some uncertainty about who would start at quarterback this week for the Aggies. Fisher said nothing has changed throughout the week.

“Same thing, we’re going day-to-day with him each and every day,” Fisher said. “I’m sure it’ll get better each and every day, hopefully.”