Ask, don’t tell.

Kirby’s getting all General Zod on the media now.

Hopefully, the beat writers won’t have to wait 90 days for an answer.



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14 responses to “Ask, don’t tell.

  1. DawgPhan

    Keeping everyone quiet about injuries is how you build a fence around the state’s recruits.


  2. HVL Dawg

    Does that go for games too?


  3. DoubleDawg1318

    That’s some real chicken$#@!


  4. Scott

    Wonder what the penalty is for the reporter who sees an injury and reports it before getting CKS’s ok? No more soup for you—-banned like the soup nazi?


  5. AusDawg85

    Sabin, Putin, Smart…it’s all the same.


  6. Mayor

    I heard that Kirby is changing his first name to Urban.


  7. Jt (the other one)

    Kirby Saban errrr…I mean Smart…


  8. Dawgy1

    This will undoubtedly help Kirby improve his coaching record.


  9. Bright Idea

    Let them watch a few minutes and then censor what they report. Might as well cut them out totally before a reporter reports without Kirby s permission. Who will be the first to get blackballed?


  10. CPark58

    Run the program like the Kremlin for all I care. Just win, baby.

    Otherwise you just look like a jack wagon.


  11. Pretty much all know coaches are control freaks and a very stubborn lot. When one wins a great deal, no one cares. There in lies the rub.


  12. Debby Balcer

    I don’t like no matter how much they win.


  13. hailtogeorgia

    He has a point as far as injuries being reported before the team/training staff has had a chance to talk to the kid’s family. Beyond that, it’s questionable, at best.


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