Once a great college player reaches the NFL, alma maters don’t really seem to matter to some players — just don’t tell that to Kansas City Chiefs linebacker, Reggie Ragland.

Ragland, a second-round selection in the 2016 NFL Draft from Alabama, has found a home in the midwest where Saturday night he was no doubt watching his No. 1 Crimson Tide take on No. 3 LSU.

After the big 29-0 win, Ragland felt the need to represent, but it didn’t come without some heckling from his star quarterback, Patrick Mahomes.

Ragland helped the Crimson Tide to two national titles, so he definitely has some pride left over from his days in Tuscaloosa.

His weekend was made even better when he helped the Chiefs to a 37-21 over the Cleveland Browns, but maybe next time he’ll think twice before dressing like he still plays for Alabama. Then again all Ragland has to do is remind Mahomes of his national championships, and maybe he’ll stay quiet.