One of the great traditions of college football is storming the field after upsetting a rival, and Auburn students were thrilled to get in on that tradition for a second time in three years.
Unfortunately, some were more successful than others in reaching the field. Fans had to traverse a giant stretch of hedges to reach the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium, and one woman seemed to fall into it like quicksand.
this poor woman got eaten by the hedges on live television pic.twitter.com/USdzH8aDWm— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) December 1, 2019
Some fans become instant memes for their reactions during losing efforts, but this woman became one for a failure to launch while celebrating a big win.
The worst part is, this woman isn’t even the first to get stuck while trying to rush the field. Or the first in an upset of Alabama. This happened just two years ago in the Iron Bowl as well.
The internet had a field day with the incredible camerawork from the CBS broadcast, and her friends probably won’t let her live down the moment of infamy for a while.
Twitter reacts to the Auburn fan in the bushes
Everyone got their jokes in — or at the very least had their Twitter timelines flooded with the same hilarious picture. Here are a few highlights.
This is how I felt as a 5 year old drowning in the ball pit at everybody’s gymnastics birthday parties!!! pic.twitter.com/VejPpq1v35— Rachel Hopmayer (@rmhopmayer) December 1, 2019
This is a Reverse Homer pic.twitter.com/poIKo4kX2h— matt’s idea shop (@MattsIdeaShop) December 1, 2019
[British nature documentary narrator voice]— Rodger Sherman (@rodger) December 1, 2019
Botanists have yet to explain the strange floral phenomenon associated with Auburn's Iron Bowl wins. Some hedges sprout human bodies, while the trees blossom with rolls of toilet paper pic.twitter.com/37EvoJplZu
Me yelling at CoD: "HOW CAN I GET STUCK IN THE BUSHES, THAT'S TOTALLY UNREALISTIC"— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) December 1, 2019
Infinity Ward: pic.twitter.com/gLl9VwPIml
When you hear there are two bottles of Chardonnay hidden in the bushes pic.twitter.com/esP7E7Bfvh— Rudy Junda (@rudeboy_junda) December 1, 2019
Great game- I’m sad we lost but thankful I’m not stuck in a hedge on national TV. Roll Tide pic.twitter.com/VrUWJhMsq1— carol robinson (@RobinsonCarol) December 1, 2019
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