Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly Insults Louisville, Georgia And Virginia
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly insults Louisville, Georgia and Virginia fans with his latest comments.
Kelly, 57, appeared on ESPN on Saturday morning to discuss his team’s big game against Georgia.
While speaking about what was to come, Kelly managed to get a few shots in on teams that his squad had played against – as well as teams they have yet to play.
Kelly pointed out that because Notre Dame essentially plays in nonstop big games, other schools get more excited to play them than vice versa.
Speaking of their first outing of the year against Louisville, Kelly said that it was the “biggest” game of the season for Louisville.
“It was the biggest game they ever played,” Kelly remarked.
Brian Kelly on ESPN just said they opened with Louisville “it was the biggest game they ever played”.
— Andy Sweeney (@TheOnlySweeney) September 21, 2019
Louisville fans obviously did not take kindly to that.
Georgia fans, meanwhile, did not take kindly to be compared to Notre Dame’s other opposition.
Kelly pointed out that playing the Bulldogs was not a big deal because Notre Dame had a game against Virginia scheduled next week.
Georgia fans did not love being compared to Virginia.
“Next week? Virginia? Now that’s a big game,” he said.
“We can’t look at this as a big game. Because next week, Virginia, that’s a big game.”
“We can’t look at this as a big game. Because next week, Virginia, THAT’s a big game.”
– Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly on College GameDay.
— Logan Booker (@LoganMBooker) September 21, 2019
Will Georgia use the Virginia comparison as extra motivation for tonight’s game?
We’ll find out soon enough.