When: Saturday, Nov. 30
Where: Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, Ala.
Auburn wasn't given much of a chance to beat Alabama. The Tigers weren't even expected to compete for the SEC West title going into the season while the Crimson Tide were the national title favorites all season long.
For the better part of four quarters, the Iron Bowl played out as expected. The Tigers were giving it their all, but the Crimson Tide simply looked better.
However, UA failed to put the game away when it had chances. As a result, Auburn stuck in the game and notched a late tie off a 39-yard touchdown pass from Nick Marshall to Sammie Coates.
With just one second left on the clock, Alabama tried a desperation 57-yard field goal. The game looked destined for overtime, but as Adam Griffith's kick fell short, Auburn's Chris Davis was waiting there to catch it.
Right when the ball fell into his hands, the Tide were in trouble. Davis streaked down the sideline, clearly faster than the 11 players 'Bama had out in kick protection.
As he crossed the end zone surrounded by no one but his teammates, Jordan-Hare erupted, and the Tigers won the SEC West. It was the most improbable way to end a football game, but it happened.
It happened, and no moment in 2013 could top Auburn's far-fetched victory.