LSU's classic encounter with the Tennessee Volunteers in 2010 was chaotic.
From the first snap of the game all the way to the extra snap at the end of the game, this game was unpredictable.
When Jordan Jefferson took the first snap of the game, he ran 83 yards, nearly untouched, into the end zone.
Fast forward to the end of the fourth quarter, and the Tigers are trailing by two points. Jarrett Lee leads the offense down the field into the red zone, and Les Miles decides to change the package with the play clock running out.
Jefferson was unable to get the snap off, and boos drowned the stadium. It looked to be one of the darkest moments in LSU history. That was until the yellow flag in the end zone became visible.
Through all of the chaos and switching of players, Tennessee was suckered into having 13 players on the field. Given a second opportunity, LSU gave the ball to Stevan Ridley who rushed into the end zone to give the Tigers a 16-14 victory as time expired.
The last sequence of events was insanity at its best.