Alabama holds an early 7-0 lead in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Monday night in Miami.

Najee Harris powered into the end zone on the Crimson Tide’s first drive of the game, converting a 4th-and-goal play to set the tone against the Ohio State defense early.

However, after scoring the touchdown, Harris clearly took exception with the actions of a Buckeye defender. As you can see below, he seems to be really upset after the play:

It’s tough to tell exactly what Harris is upset about, but it’s likely that he thinks the Ohio State defender held onto or twisted his ankle too long after he broke the plane of the end zone.

It’s not a good idea to make Harris angry. We’ll see if the Alabama star uses it as motivation moving forward.