Baltimore Ravens’ Mark Ingram on Alabama Losing to LSU: ‘I’m Blaming Trump for This One’


American soccer participant Mark Ingram, who performs operating again for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League (NFL), blamed Donald Trump for the University of Alabama’s loss to Louisiana State University on Saturday after the president was loudly cheered throughout his look on the recreation.

“I’m blaming Trump for this one. Soon as they showed him at game we had that bad swacky!!” Ingram, a former University of Alabama school star, tweeted after the sport on Saturday, which resulted within the Alabama Crimson dropping to the LSU Tigers 46-41 at dwelling.

I’m blaming Trump for this one. Soon as they confirmed him at recreation we had that unhealthy swacky!!

— Mark Ingram II (@markingram21) November 10, 2019

Trump garnered loud applause, cheering and “USA” chants from supporters at Bryant-Denny Stadium as he appeared in his field suite on Saturday through the school soccer match in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. First Lady Melania Trump accompanied the president in flying to the state on Air Force One that afternoon and sat with him within the field suite.

After Trump was seen on the recreation, USA Today reported that the Alabama group’s quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, was seen fumbling within the crimson zone. At halftime, Alabama had been down 20 factors. The loss ended the group’s 31-game dwelling successful streak.

Some movies, uploaded to Twitter, confirmed anti-Trump followers trying to loudly boo him, although they had been largely drowned out by the resounding cheers. As the president’s motorcade pulled as much as the stadium earlier than kickoff earlier within the day, bystanders and attendees surrounded him and cheered as he arrived. One fan wielding a megaphone may even be heard evaluating the president to Jesus Christ.

The heat reception comes after Trump lately attended two widely-covered athletic occasions, the World Series and UFC 244, throughout which he was overwhelmingly booed by attendees within the crowd. Though not all Alabamians had been happy in regards to the president’s go to. Several protests erupted throughout Tuscaloosa forward of the sport, with demonstrators holding up indicators and flying the so-called “Baby Trump” balloon.

As Trump was receiving cheers, one in all his supporters slashed the enormous inflatable balloon at a protest that was being held at a close-by park. The orange balloon, which encompasses a cartoon depiction of the president carrying diapers and holding a smartphone for texting, instantly started deflating quickly, earlier than falling from the sky. The suspect was then arrested by authorities.

Trump revealed his attendance on the recreation earlier this week throughout a rally in Monroe, Louisiana, the place he instructed supporters he’ll see the “LSU versus a pretty good team for Alabama.” “I’m a football fan and I hear you have a great quarterback,” Trump added. “We’re going to see. I’m actually going to the game. I said that’s the game I want to go to. It will be tremendous. Two great teams.”

Baltimore Ravens' Mark Ingram on Alabama Losing to LSU: 'I'm Blaming Trump for This One'
Mark Ingram II #21 of the Baltimore Ravens runs with the ball in opposition to the Cincinnati Bengals through the first quarter at Paul Brown Stadium on November 10, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Silas Walker/Getty


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