The Best Tweets From Alabama vs. Texas A&M


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Anybody get their voice again from screaming? Neither have I.

Alabama fans and Aggie fans alike watched CBS with bated breath, especially late into the game, as Texas A&M creeped closer and closer to upsetting the top-ranked Crimson Tide.

In the end, it was too little, too late after the Aggies failed to get the onside kick with 15 seconds on the clock. The great thing about these highly-anticipated games is that is makes for a good conversation. It makes it ten times better when the game lives up to expectations. What’s a better way to get your voice out there then on Twitter? We take a look at tweets from the game that had Twitter talking:

#BTHOBama was a trending topic on Twitter for a while and I asked myself why it wasn’t #BTHOOBama. Then I figured it wasn’t “out of” but “outta”. Learned a lot of things in College Station this weekend.

It didn’t seem like the offensive line was very settled during most of the game. 12 penalties were called on Alabama, 5 of them being false starts.

Pretty much every fan’s reaction to this:

Of course, most of the attention was focused on Johnny Football:

Speaking of that, I had the opportunity to attend Midnight Yell. One of the best experiences in COllege Football. Highly recommend every put that on their bucket list.

College Station, as one of other followers put it, is like Auburn without trees. But it really is a nice campus.

I would have. How about that targeting call/not-targeting call on Ha Ha Clinton-Dix? No ejection after review, but 15 yards anyway. That’s fair.

And Drake was supposed to perform at Yell Practice last night, or so Twitter rumors said.

What I wouldn’t give to be a fly on the wall for that meeting. Actually, I wouldn’t. Nick Saban wouldn’t allow any creature that are in his meetings to live.

This was tweeted when Alabama was in the Red Zone for the final time of the game, up 42-35.

That would have been something to watch. Nick Saban moonwalking. Imagine that.

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