Can it be that Alabama has trouble keeping students at the game? Looks like it. Here's a New York Times story: In recent years, Alabama football coach Nick Saban has complained about student attendance at games. Notably, he hasn't particularly liked that students either leave early or don't show up for non-conference cupcake games against teams like The Citadel and New Mexico State. Well, Alabama now has a plan to keep students inside Bryant-Denny Stadium for all four quarters, and … it's just a bit creepy. According to a report from The New York Times, Alabama had its students install a version of the app FanMaker, which tracks their locations while inside the stadium. If they leave the game early, the app knows and won't award them loyalty points needed for perks like College Football Playoff tickets.