Editor's note: This story has been updated

Some college football fans take losses worse than others.

A Florence man is one of those fans who likely didn't take the end of the last-second upset of Alabama by Tennessee very well.

According to the Times Daily, Florence Police responded to shots fired call around 7:40 p.m. Saturday on the 200 block of Button Avenue.

Police indicated that a fight had occurred over a football game, although the report didn't indicate which particular game. However, Alabama's 52-49 loss at Tennessee had concluded around the same time, according to the Times Daily.

After the altercation over the game, Ricky L. Franks, Jr. went home to retrieve a shotgun and returned to the Button Avenue residence and fired at the residence. No one inside the residence was injured, according to Florence Police.

Franks, 33, was arrested Saturday by Florence Police and charged with felony discharging a firearm into an occupied building.

A Florence Police spokesperson didn't immediately return an 1819 News request for comment on Tuesday morning. 

As of Monday, Franks was still in the Lauderdale County Detention Center on a $30,000 bond, according to Times Daily.

Tennessee won on a last-second field goal Saturday to defeat the previously undefeated Crimson Tide 52-49.

UPDATE 10/19:

Cliff Billingsley, a sergeant with Florence Police, confirmed to 1819 News that the incident started over the Alabama-Tennessee game.

"Mr. Franks was arrested after shooting a shotgun at his neighbor’s house," Billingsly added in a statement. "The house was hit but no one inside was struck. The incident stemmed from an earlier argument involving the Alabama football game. Franks left his neighbor’s house after a verbal altercation and then fired the shotgun at the residence. Officers responded and Mr. Franks was arrested without further incident. He was released on a $30,000 bond."

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