Justin Jefferson owned Marlon Humphrey on Twitter to add fuel to LSU-Alabama fire

Justin Jefferson owned Marlon Humphrey on Twitter to add fuel to LSU-Alabama fire

Justin Jefferson demolishes Marlon Humphrey on Twitter to LSU football fans’ delight.

Former Alabama football star Marlon Humphrey must have forgot the 2019 LSU football team that Justin Jefferson was on went undefeated and won a national title.

The Baltimore Ravens defensive back was hilariously owned by the Minnesota Vikings wide receiver on Twitter Wednesday. Humphrey quote tweeted a B/R Gridiron graphic over what college program was the true WRU: Alabama, Clemson, LSU or Ole Miss. While Humphrey picked his alma mater over its SEC West rival, apparently, he did not watch college football in 2019.

And there you have it. The 16th victory of the 2019 LSU Tigers’ unforgettable season in 2021.

LSU vs. Alabama: Justin Jefferson destroys Marlon Humphrey over Twitter

It wasn’t until Nick Saban became the head coach of the Crimson Tide did this SEC West rivalry really take flight. Given that he led LSU to a national title back in the early 2000s only added fuel to the fire. While LSU won its second title post-Saban in 2019, Alabama has won half-a-dozen since he arrived on the Tuscaloosa campus back in 2007. They are the reigning national champions, too.

Though Humphrey may have been too busy winning games in the Charm City, how can you forget LSU won it all back in 2019? This was arguably the greatest single-season team in modern college football history. Even though 2020 Alabama was an incredible team too, what Ed Orgeron’s Bayou Bengals did two years ago captivated the entire country, and not just the in the SEC footprint.

Humphrey needs to take this Twitter L from Jefferson and go about his merry way on Wednesday.

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