Alabama fans have been lobbying to hear Dixieland Delight played during games again, but this is not what they had in mind.

Following the Iron Bowl victory for Auburn, fans rushed the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium, destroying hedges and incurring a quarter-million dollar fine. The celebration continued for a while after the upset, and the Auburn family couldn't help but take one parting shot at the Crimson Tide.

As you'll see in the video, Dixieland Delight plays over the PA system inside the stadium and fans sing along with a different set of lyrics. Be aware that it's NSFW so be careful with the volume.

While it's a pretty solid attempt at stirring up their rival fanbase, it's disappointing that most of the Auburn fans couldn't think quick enough to add their own rivals to the song rather than using Alabama's. It sounds like a handful of them realized Georgia, rather than Tennessee, needed to be the target after 'Oh so right' but the majority couldn't figure it out.

You think this video could be used as motivation down the road, especially if both teams make it into the College Football Playoff? Welcome to the latest installment of the Iron Bowl, ladies and gentlemen.

In case you don't remember, here's a video from the last time the song played at Bryant-Denny Stadium, which was the 2014 Iron Bowl.