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The Alabama Crimson Tide are getting it handed to them by Clemson in the College Football Championship Game at Levi’s Stadium on Monday night.

How bad is it? For the first time in his career with Alabama, Nick Saban’s squad faced a four-touchdown deficit. Trevor Lawrence was on absolute fire, outplaying Heisman runner-up Tua Tagovailoa in every possible way.

Needless to say, Twitter was full of reactions during the game. None were better than what we saw from Mississippi wide receiver A.J. Brown, a major rival of the Crimson Tide in the SEC.

This is a high-end troll job, ladies and germs.

Talk about stepping over someone while he’s down. Brown should be flagged for unnecessary roughness by the Twitter overlords.

Obviously, the soon-to-be first-round pick was touching on pay-for-play and the like. Sure there’s no evidence that Nick Saban and Co. are engaging in such illegal activities. That doesn’t make this troll job any less glorious from Brown.

Vincent Frank
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