Deeper Than Football: Watch A Crazed Alabama Mom Jump Over The Crowd To Fight Oklahoma Fans (Video)

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In the Southernmost regions of the United States, especially in places like Alabama, football is life. It’s religion, it’s breakfast, lunch and the perfect reason for some crazy mom to go completely apesh*t and try to fight a bunch of college students.

The Alabama Crimson Tide faithful haven’t been having a good season this year at all. Not only were they upset by Auburn to miss out in the National Championship game, but they lost the Sugar Bowl to Oklahoma, and we might have just seen the last of Katherine Webb.

One belligerently drunk woman let this all boil up and she exploded with anger at the SuperDome in New Orleans.

She got into it with some college folks and was throwing some wild punches before she realized that she was wildin.’ Set up by a ridiculous Swanton Bomb, you can clearly see that it’s deeper than just football down there. Don’t talk bad about her quarterback!

H/T: Bleacher Report

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