Alabama linebacker Dylan Moses got a scare on Saturday when he collided with a security guard and fencing that closely surrounds the endzone inside Bryant-Denny Stadium.

The sophomore was in pass coverage when he chased the tight end out of bounds. That's when the collision happened and ended with Moses and the security guard down and injured.

"I fell very awkwardly," Moses said. "I ain't going to lie, it hurt bad. It knocked the air out of me so I had to regain my air and then got back on the field and I was ready."

Moses said he didn't have a chance to talk to the security guard, who also got help from the Crimson Tide training staff.

"I knew he was laying like right beside but I was in so much pain, I wasn't really in a phase to check on him because I was hurting so bad. By the time I got on the sideline he was already gone."

Head coach Nick Saban said Monday that the school is looking into making adjustments to those corners so there is more room along the sideline.

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