Alabama Student Section Trolled Florida Gators With FSU’s ‘War Chant’ During Blowout

Alabama Crimson Tide vs Florida Gators basketball

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The #3 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide continued their Southeastern Conference domination on Wednesday with a blowout win over the Florida Gators.

Bama is a perfect 11-0 in SEC play this season. They’re 21-3 overall and a perfect 12-0 at home in the Coleman Coliseum so far this season.

The Florida Gators (13-11) were getting it handed to them in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday and the Bama student section saw the opportunity to twist the knife.

While the Gators were losing by nearly 30 points, the Alabama students broke out into an impromptu rendition of Florida State’s iconic ‘Tomahawk Chop‘ aka War Chant. reporter Mike Rodak caught the top-tier Alabama trolling on video and shared it on Twitter:

Roll Tribe: Bama trolls Florida Gators

Leonard Hamilton’s Florida State Seminoles men’s basketball team is having an uncharacteristic off-year. The Noles are a meager 8-17 on the season including 6-8 in ACC play. Overall, the ACC is having an uncharacteristic down year.

This moment from the Alabama Crimson Tide student section appears to have given a lot of Florida State grads/fans a team to root for while the Noles figure out their woes.

The ancient proverb of ‘the enemy of my enemy is my friend’ rings true here. FSU fans seeing the Florida Gators get trolled by Bama brings them joy. There are plenty of ‘Roll Tribe’ replies in the comments.

One FSU fan wrote “Welp…I got a team to cheer for in the tournament after all!”

It was only natural this GIF made an appearance while the Florida Gators got trolled:

Roll Tribe:

For those that need a reminder of what the FSU War Chant looks at Doak:

The Florida State Seminoles have a 0% chance of making the NCAA Tournament. This trolling of the Florida Gators appears to have given some ‘Noles a team to root for in March.

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