WATCH: Nick Saban goes off on players for using ‘horns down’ gesture

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Fans of the Crimson Tide will greet each other with a friendly “roll tide,” while Longhorns fans say “horns up” and do the accompanying hand gesture.

Football fans who aren’t too fond of Texas will respond with “horns down” and flip the hand gesture.

When the fourth quarter finally came to an end and Alabama officially defeated Texas, some Crimson Tide players were on the field throwing the horns down.

Saban was not too fond of this and a camera and mic caught him shouting at players to cut it out. However, the words he used were a bit different.

In the Big 12, players that do it on the field can be flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct.

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