President Trump was cheered by Alabama’s fans at Saturday’s football game against LSU, but his presence seemingly was not welcomed by former Crimson Tide running back Mark Ingram, who accused the president of bringing some “bad swacky” with him to the game.

It’s unclear what exactly Ingram means by “swacky” — Urban Dictionary was no help — but it’s safe to assume that the Baltimore Ravens running back considered Trump something of a jinx on the Crimson Tide. And Alabama indeed started off slowly, giving up 33 first-half points before making things more competitive in the final two quarters.

Ingram did give credit to LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (four touchdowns Saturday) and quarterback Joe Burrow (31 of 39, 393 yards, 3 touchdowns) for the Tigers’ win, however. They brought the good swacky, apparently.

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