What I wanna know is where is the dull reporter that tried to jam Brian Kelly up after Notre Dame’s Week 2 loss to Georgia right now. They loss by one point to the Bull Dogs and this media type jumped off of the roof head first at him. I told boyz at the time that it was a dumb question and it looks even dumber today. Especially after the Fightin’ Irish beat the brakes off of No.11 USC 49-14. They’re now 6-1 and possibly rollin’ into the Top 10 this week.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Some cats in this media game simply don’t understand that this is an emotional game. They don’t understand that this is what these guys do for a livin’!! These coaches spend every wakin’ hour preparin’ for these freakin’ games. So when they lose it’s personal and to come at a boy side ways is to be disrespectful.
Therefore, you can’t ask them dumb questions about why or how they loss when you sat there and watched the game with your own eyes. Here was the exchange between the reporter and Kelly after losin’ by one point to now No.3 and 7-0 Georgia in Week 2.
Kelly: What’s the question? Reporter: I’m getting to it. Kelly: Well, get to the question.
Let me stop there bruh. She was he-hawin’ around with preliminary set of the question and boyz didn’t have time for that so he asked “What’s the question?”
Reporter: How do you keep this from snowballing? Kelly: It’s not going to snowball. Next question.
That means you’re comin’ at me side ways. Leave it alone and ask me something else.
Reporter: Well, what exactly will be different, I guess. Kelly: There’s nothing different. I go to work every day, and I coach my football team. Reporter: OK Kelly: Is that — is that good enough for you?
That means move on but she wouldn’t and she ripped the skin off by continuin’ to push for an answer that wasn’t there. Sales 101 says, NEVER ASK A QUESTION THAT HAS NO ANSWER! If the dun isn’t goin’ to answer the question there is no answer. Why? Because he’s not goin’ to answer it. Therefore, you’re wastin’ the client or potential client’s time. Brian Kelly is the client bruh.
Reporter: Yeah, I was just asking about how it was different from last year’s losing by one possession.
Kelly: OK. Reporter: Tonight was also like that, so I was just wondering. Kelly: Losing by one possession?
Reporter: Yeah. Kelly: No, it was one point.
She started off side ways on a boy askin’ him about keepin’ this from snowballin’! Again, it’s an emotional game and it was a one point loss not a one possession loss. That fact that she came at him side ways and not understandin’ the difference was crazy.
Now that Kelly has his team rollin’ right now and about to crack the Top 10 this week beatin’ the brakes off of boyz makes the exchange look even crazier. You can’t get close to askin’ that type of question until the dun loses 2 or 3 in a row. It was Week 2 and Georgia was ranked No.15 at the time. It wasn’t like they loss to freakin’ Temple or Troy State or somebody. They loss to Georgia and they’ll probably be in Atlanta in December playin’ Bama for the SEC title.
So if you’re gonna lose one that’s a pretty good one to lose bruh even at the time and especially by one point. And it didn’t matter that they rolled in with a true freshman at quarterback either. It’s Georgia! It wasn’t Western Michigan or Southern Illinois or somebody like that.
If boyz weren’t takin’ the Fightin’ Irish seriously before they broke down Sam Darnold and Co. up in South Bend on Saturday they better start now. These duns aren’t playin’ at this point and they could be a playoff contender before it’s all said and done. Sit in the cut and wait for it and back up off of Brian Kelly too. Keep in mind that I can’t stand Notre Dame but this has nothin’ to do with me. They’re good and when Notre Dame is good, it’s good for college football. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!