Alabama Crimson Tide fans took to Twitter to react to the team’s performance during the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.
Alabama football fans always have high expectations. Plenty likely predicted a big win over Ohio State Monday night in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, and the final result was a blowout victory to become champions once again.
The Crimson Tide went 13-0 in arguably the most unique college football season ever and capped it off by proving there is no better team in the nation than Alabama. Their fans were rightfully excited on social media throughout the night.
Alabama fans react to the blowout victory
Fans had plenty of fun expressing their excitement over the dominant performance.
— Samantha Jo 🏳️🌈 (@thejojocrowe) January 12, 2021
— Justin C. Slaton (@Justin_Slaton) January 12, 2021
— Beth Smith (@mbeths9) January 12, 2021
— Curtis Henry (@Limited1507) January 12, 2021
Scoring over 50 points with nearly a full quarter remaining showed Alabama fans they were right to believe their team was just too unstoppable to lose in 2020 and early here in 2021.
It’s been far too long.
But we’re here once again. #RollTide
— Death Adder (@Tommy_W1587) January 12, 2021
— Connor Kimbrough (@ConnorKimbroug1) January 12, 2021
— Robert Wiñgard (@Wingard83) January 12, 2021
A 52-24 final score may be better than what fans even had in mind, and the celebration will continue through the night and probably through the entire weekend.
— JJ Reynolds (@TheBruhMAN) January 12, 2021
I love you Mac Jones.
I love you Najee Harris.
I love you DeVonta Smith.
I love you Alex Leatherwood.
I love you Patrick Surtain II.
I love you John Metchie.
I love you Christian Barmore.
I love you Slade Bolden.
I love you Steve Sarkisian.
I love you Nick Saban, 🐐#RollTide
— Marco Esquandolas (@MrcoEsquandolas) January 12, 2021
— Alex Clay (@amclay5) January 12, 2021
Nick Saban is officially the 🐐
— Mike Wayne (@Mr_Hollywood_Tx) January 12, 2021
Expect plenty more #RollTide tweets to remind everyone who the kings of college football are once again.