PGA Championship winner and former Alabama Crimson Tide golfer Justin Thomas takes jab at Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher 4:14 PM ET Mark SchlabachESPN Senior Writer Close Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia PGA Championship winner Justin Thomas , a former Alabama star and big Crimson Tide football fan, couldn't help but weigh in on the Nick Saban-Jimbo Fisher feud after winning a second Wanamaker Trophy on Sunday. Thomas, who rallied from a 7-shot deficit in the final round at Southern Hills Country Club to win his second major championship, was asked if he would follow Saban's 24-hour celebration rule. "Yeah, I got a 24-hour rule," Thomas told Sirius XM. "I'm not sure what Jimbo Fisher's rule is, but I guess he's gotta win something first before he figures out his rules." Editor's Picks 2 Related Saban, whose teams have won six national championships at Alabama, caused a firestorm last week when he told a group of people in Birmingham, Alabama, that Texas A&M "bought every player" in its vaunted 2022 recruiting class. The Aggies signed five five-star prospects in the 2022 ESPN300, with 20 of them ranked in the top 150. In a fiery news conference the next day, Fisher denied the accusation and called Saban's comments "despicable." "We never bought anybody," Fisher said. "No rules are broken. Nothing was done wrong. It's a shame that you've got to sit here and defend 17-year-old kids and families and Texas A&M. Because we do things right. We're always going to do things right. We're always going to be here. We're doing a heck of a job." Fisher helped Saban guide LSU to a national championship in 2003, and he won a second one as Florida State's coach in 2013. His teams had a 34-14 record at Texas A&M the past four seasons, losing at least four games in all but one.