Alabama Football: Response to Miami fan’s Alabama ‘diss track’

(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

In case you haven’t been paying attention to Twitter, ESPN, or any other social media outlets, a Miami fan recently posted a “diss track” directed at Alabama Football ahead of the showdown with the Canes in Atlanta this Saturday. As much as I would love to wax poetic in a response diss track to defend the Crimson Tide, I don’t think the world is ready for Eminem vs. Machine Gun Kelly part 2. All jokes aside, I will stick to what I do best and that is writing my response here. For those that haven’t seen it yet, you can check out the original video below.

Coach Coop, as he prefers to be called on YouTube and Twitter, had some interesting things to say, but most of it is the usual bluster that comes from teams just hoping to not get embarrassed by the Crimson Tide on opening day. By many accounts, Miami has had an excellent offseason and has shown marked improvement.

That is all well and good, but those were things that have been said about Clemson, Virginia Tech, Florida State, and just about every opening opponent Alabama football has faced in the last 15 years. And in those previous openers under Saban, Alabama football is 12-2 against the spread and 14-0 overall.

Given that WynnBet has the Tide has as a 19.5 point favorite (as of this writing) Miami needs to worry less about winning the game and more about not being blown out by 3+ TDs.

Response to Coach Coop’s “disses” and prediction for Alabama football vs. Miami

Coach Coop, you said that you weren’t scared of Alabama, but the funny thing is, nobody asked if you were scared. When you feel the need to proclaim you aren’t scared of something it sends the signal that there is something to fear. Why proclaim you aren’t scared if there is nothing to fear? Simply put, you should be scared.

Teams that lose to Alabama football in the season opener historically don’t perform well for the remainder of the season. Something is taken from them. Be it pride, spirit, or the will to win. See Florida State 2017.

You also proclaimed that Alabama would lose its “bandwagon fans”, but people seem to forget that Bryant-Denny was packed week in and week out when Dennis Franchione and Mike Shula were leading 7-5 and 6-6 teams onto the field every week. Alabama doesn’t have bandwagon fans.

If you want to talk bandwagon fans look no further than what happened to Miami after the early 2000s success came to an abrupt end.

If you were so confident in your Canes you shouldn’t have told the Miami New Times that you predicted a loss for your Canes in the preseason. Now, I know you came back on YouTube and made your official prediction video and called for a 38-34 Miami upset, but nobody is really believing that after what you said to the Miami New Times.

Alabama fans already know how this game is going to go. The Tide wins big en route to another SEC Championship and a playoff berth. Miami can watch while the Crimson Tide practices on the Canes’ field come December.

Next. Mac vs Tua Week 1. dark

Now, this is all in good fun. I have respect for the Miami Hurricanes, but I just don’t think they are on the same level as Alabama right now. Maybe in a few more years, but Manny Diaz seems to have the Canes on a good path forward.