Throughout this season, we have brought you the best reactions from Twitter on Alabama’s games this season. A lot of been funny, some very sad and many that were quite surprising. Yes, Twitter is really the best place to gauge reactions when big moments happen in the world and College Football is no exception. So, when Auburn ran back 109-yards (unofficially) to the other endzone on a short 57-yard field goal attempt by a backup kicker in what is more than likely the best play ever in the history of college football, Twitter exploded.
Sure, Alabama ended up on the wrong end of the score. But the great thing about Twitter is that you get all kinds of perspective. So today, we will be dedicating today’s Twitter post to the reactions at the end of the game.
But first, I’d like to note this thing that will be overlooked because of the craziness of the ending:
YOU GUYS I’M FAMOUS NOW
— AuburnSewingMachine (@AuburnSewingMac) November 30, 2013
This is a thing that exists. I’m sorry Auburn, good for you that you won, but no other team in Division I football (or maybe any other team ever) has a seamstress on the sidelines DURING the game. You’re gonna make it easy to make jokes next year during Auburn Hate Week.
A cabin in snowy New Hampshire. “Walter White? Hi, I am Cade Foster.”
— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) December 1, 2013
I love how Breaking Bad is already gone and we are still making Breaking Bad Jokes.
Griffith is in for the field goal with one second remaining in the game. Get set for maybe the most insane ending in Iron Bowl history.
— BamaHammer (@Bama_Hammer) December 1, 2013
Takeaway from the game: Our Editor is a prophet.
You fake ass bama fans stop sending threats to my teammate, you spoiled ******, respect what we do and know we all human! And that’s REAL!
— CJ Mosley (@TreyDeuce32RTR) December 1, 2013
All of y’all bashing cade foster are sick in the head..you got a problem with him? Come see me he’s my brother and I’ll fight for him anytim
— Kellen Williams (@BigBandz63) December 1, 2013
A bunch of so-called “fans” did the unthinkable and started sending death threats to Cade Foster’s twitter account. As I said on my personal account:
You aren’t finding solutions, you are simply a part of the problem. We’re adults, not crybabies that just got their favorite toy stolen.
— Chris Dodson (@djcdod) December 1, 2013
Love my team!! Salute to AU players Great program but let me say this we win & lose as a team. If u blame this on 1 guy U aren’t a true fan!
— AJ McCarron (@10AJMcCarron) December 1, 2013
AJ McCarron’s regular season has ended. He’s got one more game left in the bowl game. A two-time national champion quarterback is not something that you shake your head at.
Auburn and Missouri were a combined 2-14 in SEC last year and 8-16 overall. They are now playing for the SEC Championship.
— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) December 1, 2013
Can we just take a moment to realize that these two teams were some of the worst in the SEC last year and are now contending for the conference championship? More so, that Missouri made the championship game before Texas A&M?
— Kevin Mims (@Kevin_Mims1) December 1, 2013
Bear’s wisdom carries on today, even 100 years after his birth.
I DON’T EVEN THNK PAUL FINEBAUM WANTS TO BE ON THE FINEBAUM SHOW MONDAY.
— Hollywood Cole (@BourbonGhost) December 1, 2013
Oh Lord, I don’t even want to tune in cause it might as well be a presidential town hall debate, yelling incessantly with no facts.
“Ding, Dong the witch is dead!” -49 1/2 States
— The Fake ESPN (@TheFakeESPN) December 1, 2013
Wait, Hawaii, Alaska and North Dakota were all against us? I didn’t know we were hated so much.
And now, the last few miscellaneous reactions from Twitter:
You know you have one hell of a football program when it’s breaking news on every type of news network after your team loses.
— Denny Chimes (@UADennyChimes) December 1, 2013
At the end of the day, that was Alabama’s third loss in three years. We’ve had it better than anyone. Tip your cap, and move on.
— John Mitchell (@jlmitchell93) December 1, 2013
— The SEC Logo (@SEC_Logo) December 1, 2013
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