Intense Alabama DB Brown all business ahead of title game
ATLANTA/January 05, 2018(AP)(STL.News)— Intense Alabama defensive back Tony Brown was all business at media day on Saturday, two days before the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide faces No. 3 Georgia in the national college football championship game.
What about that shirtless pre-game warmup routine? Nope, not talking about that.
Those post-Sugar Bowl comments? That’s in the past.
All Brown wanted to discuss was beating down the Bulldogs. He was so determined to steer interviews away from perceived distractions, he screened questions.
Brown greeted a steady stream of reporters with a question of his own: What are you going to ask?
Anything not about the game was pretty much off-limits.
“What’s important is this game we’re about to play on Monday,” Brown said. “I’m going to keep talking about how we’re going to dominate on Monday. I don’t want to talk about anything that happened last Monday. My mind can’t be on that.
“That’d be living in the past. I’m going to talk about what we’re going to do and we’re getting prepared to do, not what we did. You can’t live in the past at all.”
The 6-foot, 198-pound Brown, who is seldom made available to reporters, gained attention after the Sugar Bowl win over Clemson by saying among other