Shirtless Cincinnati football fan quickly becomes meme when Alabama holds UC to field goal
Cincinnati faced third-and-goal at the Alabama 9-yard line, and Bearcats quarterback Desmond Ridder was tackled for a 6-yard loss. It led to Cincinnati's Cole Smith kicking a 33-yard field goal with 4:52 left in the first quarter.
The field goal cut the Alabama lead to 7-3 vs. Cincinnati.
But the Cincinnati fan had a very mournful look on his face after Alabama tackled Ridder that led to the field goal. He became a meme quickly on Twitter.
Top reactions to mournful Cincinnati football fan
Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger tweeted with a picture of the fan, "Hello darkness."
"Bro knows you can't trade FGs for TDs," tweeted FOX.
Cincinnati fan's disappointment redux
The Cincinnati football fan's disappointment was on display again when Alabama stopped Cincinnati on fourth-and-3 at the Alabama 22-yard line. Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder was tackled for a 4-yard loss with 10:22 left in the fourth quarter.
Alabama defeated Cincinnati 27-6 in Friday's game.
After their CFP semifinal, Alabama leads the all-time series 6-0 vs. the Cincinnati Bearcats.
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