Last night's College Football National Championship game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs was filled with drama on the field. Georgia held the lead at halftime before Alabama head coach Nick Saban did the unthinkable by pulling his starting quarterback Jalen Hurts out of the game in favor of freshman, and now Alabama legend, Tua Tagovailoa. The rest is history, as Tagovailoa would cap off the comeback victory with an absolute dime, 41-yard touchdown pass in overtime to defeat the Bulldogs 26-23.

But the real drama started before the two teams even took the field. After it was announced that Donald Trump would be attending the championship game in Atlanta, it was inevitable some form of backlash would come from the appearance of our country's idiot president. Well, at least one player seemed to disapprove of Trump's presence at the title game. A video captured by Sporting News seems to show Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough shouting "F*** Trump" while making his way to the field with his team. 

After receiving criticism for his alleged remark, Scarbrough tried to clarify that he actually said "Georgia" and not "Trump," but after a few listens to the short clip, it seems highly unlikely.

However, Scarbrough was not the only one at Mercedes-Benz Stadium showing dismay for Trump. Attendees at the game claim he was booed by many upon entering the arena and photos taken show that more "F*** Trump" sentiments were posted around the stadium as well. 

Oh yeah, and the President of the United States got caught apparently forgetting the words to the National Anthem. Don't worry, Bo, your interjection was justified.