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Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart kills large snake

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Screen Shot 2013-07-02 at 1.00.29 AMAlabama Crimson Tide defensive coordinator Kirby Smart killed a rather large snake and then posed for picture with it.  I’m sure plenty of Diehard football fans will now debate whether this is a good or a bad omen for the Crimson Tide’s football season next year.

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5 Comments

  1. Michael J. Skalitzky

    July 2, 2013 at

    He could have called Billy the Exterminator who would have captured the snake and then relocated it to a safer environment. It looks deadly and most people would have reacted in the same manner, unnecessary to have killed it however.

    • aje

      July 3, 2013 at

      Wut?

  2. Jordan Hill

    July 2, 2013 at

    Mack Brown recruited that snake to play defensive back…

  3. A

    July 3, 2013 at

    I can’t believe this ass thinks he is cool or whatever is going through what must function as his obviously tiny brain. That snake looks like it was pregnant, so he didnt just randomly murder ONE snake, he took out probably 20-30 snakes. Snakes that eat rats and mice and other pests…

    Just because a snake “looks deadly” doesn’t mean that it is, by any means. There are several non-venomous (not harmful in any way) snakes that look very similar to the venomous snakes. It is for protection against predators…so learn your snakes if you are so afraid of them! There are several species of harmless snakes that actually EAT venomous harmful snakes, that people like this jackass are killing because they don’t care.

    If this was a dog or cat, this jerk would be in jail. If this was a pregnant cat, people would be in an uproar. No animal deserves this. What is wrong with our football players lately?! I hope he gets traded.

    • Bryan

      July 4, 2013 at

      Poisonous snake you idiot. Go choke on a PETA flier butt munch.

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