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Friday, October 24, 2014

Alabama fan flips over Texas A&M loss while playing ‘Call of Duty’ (NSFW Language)

With a shocking loss to Texas A&M on Saturday, Alabama may very well have played itself out of a shot at the BCS National Championship Game. Kansas State, Oregon and Notre Dame all remained undefeated, meaning two of those three teams would play for the championship if two or all of them win out.

Crimson Tide fans are likely still in awe that their dreams of a repeat may have been erased on their own home field over the weekend. One diehard fan was playing “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3″ during what turned out to be Bama’s final drive of the game, and he was irate with what he saw. Check out this video that Deadspin shared with us, which contains some extremely NSFW language. It gets really good around 1:30.

The gamer, Eubanks_thegreat, wanted Alabama to give the ball to running back Eddie Lacy on second-and-goal from the 6-yard line. Lacy took the handoff and picked up a yard, and quarterback A.J. McCarron scrambled for three yards on the next play. Then on fourth down, McCarron threw his second interception of the game — and second of the season — to seal the win for the Aggies.

Compared to seeing grown men crying and fans making it to the game after surviving a plane crash, this meltdown is pretty mild for Alabama fans. That doesn’t make it any less entertaining.



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