It is officially game week for Alabama football.
Before the Crimson Tide faces Miami at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Alabama has already gotten the better of the Hurricanes in other areas. Last week, a superfan of the ‘Canes attempted a rap diss song toward the Tide.
Alabama fans quickly took to Twitter and roasted him. Brian Oliu, an English professor at the University of Alabama, fired back with a poetic diss of his own.
Oliu, who is also a writer for the North Carolina Press, used 2 Live Crew, the Million Dollar Band, Nick Saban, Alabama’s running backs, Millie Bobby Brown, Manny Diaz, the Cheez-It Bowl, Alabama’s defense, Arby’s, Raising Canes (Paty Hall), Paul Wall, and Jameis Winston to knock out Coop’s diss track for the 305. Looks like the Tide has a way with words and action on the field.
Alabama English professor responds to Miami Hurricanes fan’s diss track with one of his own. Shots fired! 😂
— Touchdown Alabama (@TDAlabamaMag) August 29, 2021
Alabama fans immediately raved about the bars from the professor.
My favorite part was the Fluff shoutout. https://t.co/HHM7DI4ND1
— Dakota Cox (@DakotaJamesCox) August 29, 2021
Did an English teacher at UA just put the entire city of Miami in a body bag? Yes https://t.co/iaKgEoRy5e
— Trey Nooney (@TNoonIII) August 29, 2021
Oh don’t do it to ‘em.
Whew, he did it to ‘em. https://t.co/eU96acbAAw
— Doug Killough (@DougKillough) August 29, 2021
The J WINSTON BAR 🔥🔥🔥 this is great. 🤣 https://t.co/65NbD9m2Ih
— LB (@LB02456071) August 29, 2021
He called him Sawgrass Mills Mall Paul Wall… https://t.co/c57oZlCrDX
— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) August 29, 2021
I love that this was my English teacher at Alabama 🙌🏼 https://t.co/k6lE9EBn9r
— Mac Hereford (@Mac_Hereford) August 29, 2021
Alabama will battle Miami on Saturday to open the season.