One of the few times that you hear laughter from me during a 'Bama game is when an opposing quarterback gets sacked. That happened three times in this game, once each by Jeoffrey Pagan, Robert Lester and Damion Square.
Whenever that happens, the MDB fires up "Look Down" from the opening scene in Les Miserables (link goes to 10th anniversary edition version), which is more than fitting by title alone.
In the musical, the man singing is in prison and the chain gang is telling him not to look the guards in the eye in order to avoid a harder life in the pen.
He looks toward the sky (in the original cast recording) and sings as loud as he can, "How long, oh Lord, before you let me die?"
I always picture the opposing quarterback singing that from his position lying on the ground. It makes me chuckle, and it never gets old.
(There is no laughing if the opposing signal-caller is injured, by the way.)
Of note: The MDB fires that song up frequently for huge tackles for loss as well, especially if the Tide is lacking in sacking.