It took 94 seconds to rewrite history on a Saturday night in Death Valley.
Trailing 17-14 with 1:34 remaining and no timeouts left, Alabama snatched victory from the jaws of defeat—and with that, they dealt another crushing blow to rival LSU in its heart-stopping 21-17 win.
For a majority of the fourth quarter, LSU had top-ranked Alabama on the ropes and down for the count, controlling the action while holding a three point lead and driving deep in Tide territory.
Starting with a missed Drew Alleman field goal (a twist of irony, considering the teams' regular season meeting last year), the offense shook out of its funk and into the annals of history with a five-play, 72-yard drive, culminating with T.J. Yeldon’s 28-yard touchdown reception.
Nick Saban’s club was outplayed by the rival Tigers, but the lessons are much easier to learn after a win that will likely shape the remainder of the season.
What can Tide fans take away from the team’s improbable victory?
Here are 10 things we learned from the Tide’s victory over LSU.