Former Alabama Heisman-winning running back, Mark Ingram, had a lot to say about LSU some 24 hours before the two teams were set to do battle.
“My prediction is a ‘bama beat down.”
Ingram goes on to say, “they are our step-son, our step-child, our red-headed step-child at that … Roll Tide all day, we [are going to] whoop that.”
During the game, President Donald Trump made his appearance in Tuscaloosa, but unlike his appearances during Game 5 of the World Series and a UFC event at Madison Square Garden, he was heavily cheered by he crowd when showed on the big screen.
Bama never really looked like themselves in the first half, and they found themselves down by 20 in the first half. Even though they would back in the game, they would still go on to lose 46-41. That would be Alabama’s first loss in the series since 2011.
Former Alabama star and Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram knew what was wrong with this game and why the Tide lost: President Donald Trump.
Donald Trump’s appearance brought a wave of controversy as Trump supporters and Trump protesters clashed outside Bryant-Denny Stadium.
There was a report of a guy being arrested for stabbing a big Baby Trump balloon with a razor.
Ingram, who played at Alabama from 2008-2010, suffered one loss against LSU during his career, which came in 2010.