Only a few days after the SEC Spring Meetings wrapped up in Destin, Florida, ESPN commentator Paul Finebaum is reflecting on the biggest storyline of the week: The feud between Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher.

“This is not a 2-way feud, Nick Saban doesn’t care,” Finebaum said during his regular visit with “McElroy and Cubelic In the Morning” on WJOX out of Birmingham, Alabama. “I think in terms of Jimbo Fisher, not 1 thing has changed in 3 weeks. I think he feels the same way, I think he’s just as angry. He has no interest in that relationship.”

Finebaum then shared that 1 coach told him off camera that the first day was tense, and then things calmed down.

Finebaum then joked that it seemed like Fisher went by his dentist’s office and got some laughing gas to wear a painted-on smile.

“He still didn’t handle that press conference in an articulate manner,” Finebaum said. “He just said, ‘I’m moving on.’ He should have just come out with a statement. … But instead he acted like he had stolen the cookie and the father caught him and he was still trying to explain it by saying ‘C’mon, let’s move on.’ It just didn’t work. And I think that’s where his credibility starts to come into question.”

Asked about the pressure Fisher faces, Finebaum said there’s none and he wants to know why.

“I don’t know why this guy doesn’t have more pressure,” Finebaum said. “But every time I talk to a Texas A&M reporter, or a Texas A&M fan, they’re all in.”

Most of that is because of the No. 1 recruiting class, and a win over Alabama last year.

“If his record is not vastly improved a year from now, I cannot imagine why Jimbo Fisher would not be the story of next summer, in terms of the pressure on him to finally succeed,” Finebaum said.