Alabama senior linebacker Reuben Foster left the field near the end of the 4th quarter of the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl along with teammate Ronnie Harrison but the All-American linebacker said the late trip to the locker room was the result of frustration at what he perceived to be dirty play by Washington. "They were taking cheap shots on me," Foster said. "I felt like the ref didn't do nothing about it." Foster said Harrison came to his defense and accompanied the frustrated linebacker to the locker room. "That's my brother," Foster said of Harrison. "He knew I was defenseless." Check out more of Foster's comments in the video above.