Alabama All-American wide receiver Jerry Jeudy recorded two 100-yard receiving games to begin the season, but he has zero since then, and against Texas A&M on Saturday, Jeudy didn’t catch any of Tua Tagovailoa’s four touchdowns.

Apparently, that didn’t sit well with Jeudy. At least, something that happened on the field versus the Aggies didn’t, as Jeudy and Tagovailoa engaged in an argument along the sideline in Week 7.

Tagovailoa shared with the media after the game what transpired leading up to the heated exchange.

“He felt like he saw something, and I felt like I saw something else,” Tagovailoa said according to “Coming back to the sideline, we just communicated it. We got everything fixed and will just go on from there.”

Jeudy finished the afternoon with four catches for 50 yards, both of which are season lows. Since posting 18 catches and 240 receiving yards in the first two games, Jeudy has 24 receptions and 401 receiving yards in the last four contests.