One thing is clear in college football: Nick Saban doesn't like the new rules allowing players to profit from their name, image and likeness.
He went on a rant mostly against Texas A&M, but he also included a veiled reference to Jackson State signee Travis Hunter, who helped lead Collins Hill in Georgia to the Class 7A state championship in the fall.
Saban suggested Hunter was paid $1 million to sign with Jackson State, and the top-ranked senior in the country responded with quite the quip on Twitter:
Hunter's new coach, Deion Sanders, wasn't happy either:
Sanders also replied to Hunter's million-dollar tweet: