Auburn commit jokingly warns Clemson fan base of Harvey Updyke
Whenever the biggest bully on the street falls to its relative demise, the minions will come out chirping.
There are many individuals — both opposing players and rival fans — that loved seeing Alabama lose the 2017 National Championship Game to Clemson. This can be seen with a simple search on both Twitter and Facebook.
One high school prospect — 2017 Auburn commit Alaric Williams — went a step further when throwing himself into the mix of the Tigers’ fierce rivalry with the Crimson Tide:
Clemson campus be on the watch for Harvey Updyke! Never know what these bama fans might do ‼️
— Alaric Williams™ (@Alaric_8) January 10, 2017
As many recall, Harvey Updyke — an ardent supporter of Alabama — was arrested for poisoning Auburn’s famed Toomer’s Corner iconic oak trees back in 2011.
Suffice it to say, but Updyke isn’t a popular figure on The Plains. Williams’ playful — and hyperbolic warning — likely won’t go over well with those in Tuscaloosa.