The Alabama fanbase had plenty to celebrate following the Crimson Tide's win over Tennessee on Saturday afternoon.

Not only did Alabama make it 10 straight victories in the series, but it was also the school's largest win in the 99-game history of the rivalry. They did it behind true freshman quarterback Jalen Hurts, who rushed for a game-high 132 yards and three touchdowns.

Lane Kiffin's second return trip to Knoxville ended with more than 400 rushing yards as Alabama outgained the Vols 594 to 163.

After the game was over, a contingent of Bama fans hung around outside of Neyland Stadium to show their support for head coach Nick Saban. As you'll see in the video, it appears Saban was about to get in his vehicle to depart when he noticed everyone cheering for him. He quickly changed course and walked over to greet everyone and sign autographs.

Alabama fans occasionally catch criticism for taking success for granted, but there was plenty of gratitude after the 49-10 win.