As a guest on a Pittsburgh radio show on Wednesday, sports agent Ralph Cindrich went on a scathing attack of Alabama football coach Nick Saban, Mark Emmert and the NCAA.
In the midst of calling the NCAA president “a bozo” and accusing Saban of engaging in a payola scheme, along with paying players, Cindrich sent a message to the three-time BCS champ, saying “And if he has a problem with anything I say, come on after me, big guy.”
Either Cindrich has a death wish or he has some serious cojones, backed by a whole lot of evidence — evidence he refused to provide when asked through Twitter by a Birmingham sports talk show host, Rachel Baribeau.
Baribeau tweeted, “@RalphCindrich As a sports reporter, I would strongly ask you to produce your evidence to backup your statements.”
Cindrich’s response, “As an attorney I am strongly telling you to pound ‘bama salt. If I have to produce your boys know I will. @RachelBaribeau”
He later added, “Apologies. If there is not salt, red dirt.@RachelBaribeau”
Naturally, Alabama fans were quick to the defense of their leader, taking to Twitter to voice their displeasure with Cindrich’s allegations. And Cindrich was quick to fire back, with his favorite comeback being about the number of followers, or lack thereof, of his antagonist.
Some of his tweets (Click here to view his full profile @RalphCindrich):
“Kick yo ass Brodie. Damn 0 followers. Not even your cousins? Don’t you, you know, have relations w/ cousins, blood?”
“When #PSU learns dirty #NCAA mafia facts of how it operates it will feel like it was raped by a Bull Elephant on Viagra. Good morning!”
“Go back to sleep w/ your cousin. Brush off the fleas 1st. @Gillispie116”
“Are all of you Bama fans brain damaged from in breeding?”
“Well, kiss your cousin Gerties’s fat, pimpled ass you red neck hick. Yo won’t be back for mo from her?”
“Friggin 16 followers.”
I have to admit. I was thoroughly entertained by Cindrich, but he sounds like Saban and Emmert took him to task in the past and he has yet to recover. He’s worth a follow for a cheap laugh, but as for his word, that remains to be seen.