LSU and Alabama Fans Brawl on the Quad Before the Game

Yesterday I spent several hours on Alabama's quad and didn't see a single violent incident. Alabama and LSU fans all seemed to be getting along well. But if you put enough people in close proximity and everyone gets really drunk, the recipe for a brawl is there.

And judging from this, there were lots of people involved. Whether any of these guys ended up being the 400 or 500 fans Tuscaloosa police predicted to be arrested, I'm not sure.

Somebody can Zapruder film this brawl better than me. But it appears some enterprising guys took advantage of the confusion to snag a few free beers.

But it looks to me like several of these guys have stronger legs than Alabama's kicker. (Or Jordan Jefferson for that matter).

Link sent to me on Twitter via @therealbenmay

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