Four finalists for the Heisman Trophy were revealed on Monday night. Alabama linebacker Will Anderson Jr. was not one of those finalists.

And this isn’t a situation where only Alabama supporters are feeling cheated by the news, there’s a good percentage of the college football viewing public who has seemingly taken exception with Anderson’s snub. Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson, also an edge rusher, has drawn the brunt of the ire. Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett, Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud, and Alabama quarterback Bryce Young are also finalists.

Anderson’s traditional numbers jump off the page. He has 92 tackles, second-most among Tide defenders, no small feat given the role he plays. He leads the country in tackles for loss with 32.5, with the gap between him and No. 2 on the leaderboard being larger than the gap between No. 2 and No. 75. He also leads the country in sacks with 15.5, 1.5 more than Hutchinson has.

Anderson looks truly elite from an analytical standpoint, too.

But he was not invited.

And people were not happy.

Here’s some of the reaction: