Alabama Coach Says Georgia Bulldogs Are Going to a MF'ing Funeral Saturday Night

Georgia will be doing the "black-out" thing for their home game against Alabama on Saturday night, which means everyone has to wear black to the game, presumably scaring the other team so badly with the funeral air that they drop passes, begin weeping, and refuse to play football while sitting on the bench listening to Death Cab for Cutie on their iPods. Or something like that, at least. ↵
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↵It's a live, crackling rivalry, but a bit more so after Alabama assistant coach Kirby Smart was caught on camera pouring whole barrels of kerosene on the fire at the 1:00 mark or so. (Slight language warning)
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↵The exact quote printed as accurately as possible here: "They're wearing black because they're going to a motherf@#*in' funeral." Smart, a Georgia native with a Waterboy accent, has no comment on the video yet, but because three out of every four working journalists in Alabama cover football, be sure for some sort of post-practice grilling while they're at it, thus taking further attention away from the pressing laundry crisis afflicting SEC football coaches. Forget Freddie Mac and AIG; someone get Congress to get Nick Saban a proper golf shirt NOW.
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↵Correction: The speaker is Alabama Strength and Conditioning Coach Scott Cochran, who also conveniently sounds like Farmer Fran from The Waterboy. ↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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