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11/13/2012 11:09 am ET Updated Nov 14, 2012

Alabama Fan Gets Butt Tattoo After He Loses Bet, His Team Loses To Texas A&M (NSFW PHOTO)

Saturday night's college football match-ups left a lot of unhappy fans licking their wounds Sunday morning, but for one hapless Alabama fan, those wounds were a lot more permanent.

After Alabama lost to Texas A&M 29-24, one fan memorialized the upset with a tattoo on his posterior.

On the Texas A&M subreddit r/aggies, Reddit user "domcar18," posted a picture of a buddy "who lost a bet." The tattoo, located on the fan's backside, features the final score of the game.

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Saturday's match-up was a hotly contested game between No. 1 Alabama and No. 15 Texas A&M. The Crimson Tide doesn't lose football games very often, reports SB Nation, and they certainly didn't expect to lose to the Aggies. The Texas team bid farewell to the Big 12 conference at the end of last season to move up to the SEC, a traditional breeding ground for NCAA champions.

The Aggies' upset didn't just leave a permanent mark on the Alabama fan's behind, however; it may also have broad implications for the conference.

According to The New York Times, the surprising loss will be good for the powerhouse SEC in the long run.

“The conference will get more competitive, more teams will be able to beat each other and it won’t be dominated by two teams," said Gary Danielson, a CBS Sports college football analyst who called the game. "Nobody likes a rivalry when the other team doesn’t win. College football needs other teams to be involved in the championship.”

It may also signal the start of a great new SEC rivalry. (The Aggies traditionally have been sworn enemies of the Texas Longhorns, a 100-year rivalry that may effectively come to an end due to the conference shake-up.)

Regardless, this fan's tattoo will likely be added to the list of college football's most ridiculous inkings.

But as Brobible notes, it could be worse: He could be Alabama fan Zack Smartt whose huge tattoo of an elephant in a cascade of "crimson tide" cost $1,700 and took more than 10 hours to complete.

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