The Auburn Tigers have done it. After a wild 2013 Iron Bowl, the game came down to the final seconds. Officials decided to add one second to the clock after reviewing an out of bounds play, which led to absolute mayhem.
Alabama decided to line up for a 57-yard field goal attempt to win the game despite their struggles throughout the game and it proved to be a costly mistake.
Auburn placed return man Chris Davis back in the endzone to return a potentially missed kick and the ball went right into his hands. After allowing his blockers to set up, Davis went cruising down the sidelines for a wild game-ending return on the last play of the game.
It was a wild play that really turned the college football world on it’s head.
Here is how it all went down:
Since the NCAA does not count returns from deep within the endzone, the play will officially go down as a 100-yard return. It is an absolutely unbelievable turn of events and a wild way for an amazing game to come to an end.
This takes down the Prayer at Jordan Hare as the wildest ending for Auburn this season.
This was the scene after the game:
- Iron Bowl 2013: Auburn ties game with option-pass in final minute (GIF)
- Iron Bowl 2013: Auburn blocks Alabama field goal to stay alive (GIF)
- Iron Bowl 2013: Auburn breaks out sewing machine on sidelines
- Iron Bowl 2013: AJ McCarron hits Amari Cooper for 99-yard go-ahead score (GIF)
- ESPN score alerts call Alabama’s 99-yard TD a safety (Photo)
- Iron Bowl 2013: Auburn QB Nick Marshall scores on 45-yard TD run (GIF)