Alabama fans are at it again.
The Crimson Tide are on the road to face the red-hot LSU Tigers Saturday in primetime.
As expected, plenty of fans have made the trip for the SEC West rivalry game. Unfortunately, a couple of those fans thought it would be funny if they broke into the stadium on Friday night and mess with the logo painted on the field.
Two Alabama students were arrested after breaking into Tiger Stadium and scratching the eye of the tiger logo painted on the field, according to ESPN's Marty Smith.
Grounds crew tells me couple fans broke into Tiger Stadium Friday night and scratched the eye of the Tiger. Re-painting now. pic.twitter.com/72jzkYm0qT— Marty Smith (@MartySmithESPN) November 5, 2016
The students were arrested and later released after being issued summons, according to Smith.
Luckily, the eye can be fixed pretty easily. That wasn't the case in 2010 when Crimson Tide fan Harvey Updyke Jr. was sentenced to three years in prison for poisoning the trees at Toomer's Corner after a game against Auburn.
Come on Tide fans. Why are you guys so hostile? You only have the best college football team ever...again.