The ESPN cameras caught a cool moment at the Alabama-Mississippi State game on Saturday. Crimson Tide RB Najee Harris took a moment to pose for photos with some Marines on the sideline, including a headgear swap.

Alabama alum @GriffinTSmith captured the clip and shared it on Twitter:

As the Bulldogs’ first home game since Veterans Day, MSU-UA was the school’s “Military Appreciation Game,” which included:

  • The Black Daggers parachute team delivering the game ball.

  • A live Pledge of Allegiance, national anthem and Oath of Enlistment for United States Air Force enlistees.

  • A POW/MIA Chair of Honor unveiled in the first quarter, serving as a tribute to prisoners of war and service members who are missing in action.

  • A Salute to Service honoring World War II veterans and recognition of Air Force ROTC’s 70th anniversary.

  • The Famous Maroon Band and choir gave a special military appreciation halftime performance.

Harris accounted for 4 of 5 Alabama touchdowns in the 38-7 Crimson Tide victory, carrying the ball 17 times for 88 yards and 3 TDs while also logging 3 catches for 51 yards and a TD.