Cochran worked in OKC
For those of you who are college football fans, there is an entertaining video circulating on the Internet in which Alabama’s strength and conditioning coach, Scott Cochran, is firing up the Tide players before a practice leading up to this week’s game against Georgia. Cochran creates some controversy when he slips in, “They wearin’ black because they goin’ to a MF’n funeral,” referencing the Bulldogs’ plans to blackout their stadium this weekend.
Funny thing is, Cochran used to work for the Hornets during their two-year stay in OKC before leaving the team to take his current job. He’s not a guy who we ever wrote anything about. He was an assistant strength coach under Jack Manson at the time. But I remember him being just as fiery as you’ll see in these videos. I never heard him making any references to the Spurs’ black road uniforms.
Beware of the usage of the one graphic word he uses in the controversial line. It’s at the 1:05 mark in this video.
Before they knew it would backfire, the Alabama media relations department praised Cochran’s fiery spirit on page 89 of this year’s media guide:
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