After a weekend full of losses in Baton Rouge, LSU students have finished off the embarrassment trifecta with a video making fun of Alabama fans for incest.

Yep, this appears to be a low point in a football rivalry that's seen the Crimson Tide reel off four straight wins with three of those taking place inside the state of Louisiana.

Following the most recent Alabama victory in Baton Rouge, LSU athletic director Joe Alleva was left apologizing for fans chanting, "F--- You, Saban," which was heard loud and clear during an injury on CBS' broadcast Saturday night.

Next came LSU tight end Logan Stokes. The senior from Muscle Shoals, Ala., was caught by those same CBS cameras trying to rip Alabama linebacker Reggie Ragland's pants down at the end of a play. He apologized on Monday and tried to explain his actions.

That brings us back to this latest video, which the LSU student television station published to YouTube two days after another loss to the Crimson Tide. It's a real original take on the stereotype that Southerners are inbreeders. The video's description explains: "Ever wonder how Alabama fans find new people to procreate with? gives you the answers you've been searching for."

On the same day that video went live, Alleva was saying this in his apology:

Unfortunately, a small minority of people chose to diminish the image of our great university by engaging in a profane chant directed toward Coach (Nick) Saban. We are deeply sorry that such crude behavior occurred in Tiger Stadium, because that is the antithesis of what we represent at LSU.

It's becoming more and more difficult to convince anyone outside of Louisiana that this 'crude behavior' only exists within a small fraction of the LSU fanbase.