Alabama is in Texas in what’s sure to be one of the more anticipated matchups on the college football slate on Saturday.

Not only is it the first time the 2 teams have met on the gridiron since the 2010 BCS National Championship Game and the first of a home-and-home series that shifts to Tuscaloosa in 2023, but it’s a contest between future conference foes as the Longhorns head to the SEC in 2025. Oh, by the way, Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian faces former boss Nick Saban for the first time since taking the reins in Austin after 2 seasons as Alabama’s offensive coordinator.

The Longhorns have dominated the all-time series, 7-1-1, despite falling in the last meeting between the 2 sides in the aforementioned 2010 BCS title tile. Alabama hasn’t even played in Austin since 1982.

There’s been a great deal of talking by Longhorns fans ahead of the game, but Alabama fans certainly felt the shade after seeing this on the DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium video board:

Needless to say, whether showing an incorrect helmet graphic was an honest mistake or an intentional attempt to troll the opponent, Tide fans weren’t pleased.

We’ll see what happens when things kick off at noon ET. The game will be televised on FOX.