College football games can get quite crazy after a top team goes down on the road. It is magnified times ten when it happens to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Alabama played in front of the second-largest crowd in the history of Kyle Field and a last-second field goal lifted Texas A&M to a 41-38 victory on Saturday night. It caused more than 100,000 fans to rush the field in celebration.
In the midst of those fans rushing the field were cops surrounding Nick Saban and trying to safely get him to the tunnel. At one point, a poor girl got trucked by a cops as they tried to protect him from the crowd.
The loss by the Crimson Tide ended a 19-game winning streak that dated back to the 2019 Iron Bowl, and was Alabama’s first loss to an unranked team since the Louisiana-Monroe game in 2007. The Crimson Tide’s 100-game winning streak against unranked teams was the longest by any team since the AP poll debuted in 1936.
Aggies quarterback Zach Calzada finished 21 of 31 for 285 yards and three touchdowns and led two heroic scoring drives in the final five minutes.