The 2013 Iron Bowl between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Auburn lived up to the hype and had one of the craziest finishes that you will ever see.
This game looked to be headed to overtime, but there was a question as to whether or not Alabama got out of bounds with time still on the clock.
After the referees put one second back on the clock, Alabama coach Nick Saban sent out redshirt freshman kicker Adam Griffith for a 57-yard field goal with the score tied at 28, but his kick came up short. Auburn's Chris Davis caught the ball and ran up the sideline for the walk-off touchdown.
Here's a look at the return:
This play was so crazy that it deserves another look:
It will officially go down as a 100-yard touchdown, but Davis caught it in the back of the end zone.
This is what most Alabama fans probably felt like:
And yes, the crowd did storm the field to celebrate the Tigers' 34-28 win.
The victory will send Auburn to the SEC title game, and it will likely end Alabama's chances for a third championship in four years.
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