Alabama’s shocking loss Saturday against the LSU Tigers came as a surprise to many in the college football world, especially fans of the Crimson Tide.

Alabama has not had two losses after the conclusion of the LSU game since 2010, when the team finished 10-3 with a win over Michigan State in the Capital One Bowl. While fans of the Crimson Tide were critical of the team’s second loss and presumably the end of playoff hopes, former players of the Tide have also voiced their opinions.

Former wide receiver Marquis Maze has been one of the more vocal players of this Alabama team, and had some thoughts about what’s been going wrong.

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Former defensive backs Caleb Castille and Will Lowery weren’t too thrilled about the loss, especially to the LSU Tigers.

Reggie Ragland, one of the more impactful defenders during the Nick Saban era, shared his thoughts on the defensive effort of the team.

However, most former players were at a loss for words watching the upset loss in Death Valley.

Marlon Humphrey summarized the thoughts of many Alabama fans after the dust had settled.

It’s clear that this loss puts Alabama in unfamiliar territory for both its players, coaches, and supporters. Although three games remain on the schedule for the Tide, it could be an ugly sight to see if this team goes down for a third time this season.

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