Bret Bielema with some choice words for any Auburn spies

NCAA Football: SEC Media Day

Arkansas scrimmaged yesterday, and you can read all about that here.

The Hogs are gearing up for Auburn in just 13 days, and Bret Bielema’s and Gus Malzahn’s differences on offensive philosophy and injuries have been widely publicized. So, yesterday, Bielema wanted to make sure that nobody filmed practice, especially if it was on behalf of Auburn.

“If you see someone videotaping, tell them that ain’t right,” Bielema said, via NWAOnline. “Especially if they’re wearing an Auburn shirt, knock the shit out of them.”

The fans got a kick out of Bielema’s remarks, and it adds some spice to an already interesting Bielema-Malzahn rivalry. The Hogs and Tigers will help kick off the 2014 SEC season, and the Hogs have been preparing for Auburn’s hurry-up since this spring.

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  • I’m hoping against hope that Arkansas can pull the upset, but in reality I know that Auburn doesn’t need to tape our practices to cover that 21-point spread. Love Bielema’s comment, though.

  • How big of an idiot can one man be? Does this man really have such an inferiority complex that he has to make up something to gain attention? Gus will hang half a hundred on him without spies. Give it up, Bert, you have become the laughingstock of the SEC. Hogs, you must be real proud of this guy.

  • I expect a score below the spread. Just saying.

    • No one cares about your backwards, bama, redneck opinion. Just saying. You bama hillbillies sure do obsess over everything auburn, thats for sure. Has a lot to do with why everyone in the nation laughs at your moronic fanbase.

  • I wouldn’t have a problem with ole Bert if he didn’t continue to open his mouth so much. He hasn’t won a single SEC game yet, but talks like he thinks he is Steve Spurrier. He can’t cut it in this league, and he knows it.

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