Coaches Say Things After A Big Win, It’s Part of Sports

I’m sure we’ve all heard what Coach Orgeron said in the locker room of Bryant-Denny Stadium after upsetting the Tide 46-41, so I won’t repeat it.

But here’s the way I see it, folks. It’s part of sports, I’m sure we’ve all heard coaches say things like this in a locker room after a big win.

Emotions were running high and Coach O just said what was on his mind. Do I think it should’ve been videoed?

No, coaches talking in the locker room, is like us talking to family or close friends. It should not have been videoed, but it was.

I’ve heard coaches say things like this many times in the locker room, the difference here is nobody videoed it.

I want you to watch Saban’s mouth after Alabama doesn’t successfully execute a play and the media pans over to him. Tell me the difference.

There isn’t one, coaches want to win just as bad, if not worse than their players. Things happen.

Get over it and move on, instead of crying and carrying on saying “He shouldn’t have said that.”

Nick does the same thing, under different circumstances on the sideline. It’s called adrenaline people.

We’ve all said things we didn’t mean when our adrenaline was pumping.

You don’t see the world breaking into outrage when Saban has his sideline/media rants do you? No, so if you can’t handle the energy of the sport, it’s simple, don’t watch it.

What Impact Does LSU’s Jump to No. 1 Have on Upcoming Matchup at No. 2 Alabama

We just thought the stakes were high for this game, which is scheduled for 2:30 p.m., on Saturday, November 9th, 2019.

The brand-new Associated Press poll just raised the stakes and expectations of this game even higher.

Not these two teams needed any more of a reason to go to war in Tuscaloosa on Saturday inside Bryant-Denny.

So many people are questioning the AP’s decision to have the Bengal Tigers from Bayou jump the Crimson Tide of Alabama in the latest poll.

But personally, I understand it. Yes, I know Alabama completely obliterated a sub-par Arkansas team, who is now (2-6) on the season. Yes, I know LSU’s struggled to squeak past an Auburn that was ranked No. 9 at the time, and is now ranked No. 11.

I think when you look at those matchups both on paper and on-field, LSU definitely had the better opponent.

In no way, am I taking anything away from Alabama, but, LSU had the more physical opponent. Sure, Alabama’s performance was dominant, but look their opponent and then come to me.

Y’all get ready for a knock-down, drag-out dogfight November 9th in Tuscaloosa. The stakes were just lifted.