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Bo Scarbrough Reportedly Yelled 'F--k Trump' Ahead Of Tonight's Game

U.S. President Donald Trump stands with coach Nick Saban (R), while presented with a team jersey while honoring the 2017 NCAA Football National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide.

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 10: U.S. President Donald Trump stands with coach Nick Saban (R), while presented with a team jersey while honoring the 2017 NCAA Football National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide during an event at the White House, on April 10, 2018 in Washington, DC. Alabama beat the Clemson Tigers 35-31 to capture the championship. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough made his thoughts about President Donald Trump known ahead of tonight's national championship game.

Bo Scarbrough is one of a number of star running backs playing tonight for Alabama and Georgia. He's about to become the one getting the most attention, and it isn't for a breakout run or a touchdown.

Ahead of the game, Sporting News recorded video of Alabama walking out to the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium ahead of tonight's national championship game.

The video isn't super definitive in terms of who yells it, but the tweet states that it is Scarbrough who loudly yells "F--k Trump" as the team walks through the causeway.

President Donald Trump is attending tonight's national championship game, and came out to reportedly mixed reaction ahead of the national anthem, though it sounded mostly positive on the television broadcast.

His motorcade drew some ire from fans before the game, as it was one of the reasons for long backed-up security lines, which caused the stadium to only look partially full ahead of kickoff. Thousands of fans likely missed kick-off of tonight's game, which cost thousands of dollars to attend for those buying on the secondary market.

Many have questioned whether or not Donald Trump remembered the words of "The Star Spangled Banner" when the camera panned on him during Zach Brown Band's rendition of the song before kick-off as well. Trump brings headlines with him wherever he goes, and that has definitely been the case so far tonight in Atlanta.