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Alabama was able to stay on top as No. 1 when they were able to avoid an upset against No. 5 LSU, scoring a touchdown in the final minute to lead at 21-17.
Tigers fan are known for yelling such notorious chants like “Suck on that Tiger d*ck, b***h!” Crimson Tide running back Blake Sims responded to the fans after the touchdown, doing a naughty gesture while telling the fans to “suck it.”
This GIF also adds to it:
I actually died laughing when I saw this live Saturday night. Alabama was able to hold on to win, anyways.
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