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Kirby Smart’s Son Crashes His ESPN Interview
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College football might not be returning for a few months, but there’s always work to get done. Just ask Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart. When he’s not planning for next season, and checking up on his coaching staff and players, he’s recruiting high school prospects or spending time with his family.

Although the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19 outbreak, and social distancing has changed up Smart’s schedule in Athens these days, he’s still hard at work to make sure the Bulldogs keep competing at a high level in the SEC and for national championships.

Not everything is perfect, however. Smart’s interview with ESPN’s Laura Rutledge is proof.

Kirby Smart’s Son Crashes ESPN Interview

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The “No Offseason” video interview between Rutledge and the Georgia head coach was going so smooth. No interruptions. Nothing. Just good, fun conversation. Then, everything changed when Smart’s son, Andrew, decided he wanted to show his dad something.

It was a picture of a snake, and quite frankly, it just couldn’t wait. The blooper spread like crazy across social media.

Just when you thought the Georgia football coach’s biggest battles were playing against the Florida Gators, Alabama Crimson Tide, LSU Tigers, and Auburn Tigers, then getting back to the SEC Championship in Atlanta and College Football Playoff, guess again.

When Kirby Smart is home, finding a few minutes of complete privacy is just as difficult.

The Georgia Bulldogs football program is in good hands these days with Smart, but you better believe his wife (Mary Beth) and kids (Weston, Julia and Andrew) are enjoying have him home more right now.

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With over 10 years of sports writing experience, Brett has covered some of the top local, regional, and national sporting events in the Heartland for both print and digital platforms. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and resides in Austin, Texas.
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