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Eric Vander Voort | NCAA.com | October 20, 2015

What you may have missed in Alabama's pick-six

Minkah Fitzpatrick returned not one, but two interceptions to the end zone in Alabama’s win against Texas A&M on Saturday. He became the first Crimson Tide player to do so and earned a spot as one of our Top Performers. With another from Eddie Jackson, Alabama had three pick-sixes on the day.

You may have seen the highlights, but you didn’t see them like this.

The below "Crowd Sourcing" video from AL.com gives a unique perspective on one of Fitzpatrick’s returns. It zooms in, slows down, and points out the jubilation, excitement and despair that goes along with any big moment in a college football game.

This is a fun minute and a half:

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