Has your heart recovered and started beating yet?

Four OT’s and a Bryce Young pass to John Metchie III for the final points needed for the Alabama Crimson Tide to beat the Auburn Tigers, 24-22 at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The first iron bowl to go into overtime?

Yes, that’s correct.

That is hard to believe when you consider the intensity of college football‘s greatest rivalry.

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Now the tide prepare for the SEC championship game in Atlanta against the No. 1 ranked Georgia Bulldogs. Most fans agree (Coach Saban certainly does) that another performance like this and Georgia could steamroll over Alabama.

The Tide just did not look like the same team that we have seen in the previous 11 games.

However in the fourth quarter and four OT’s, they showed that will and desire needed to overcome the lackluster performance.

More on this thrilling Iron Bowl throughout the day here, so keep checking back for more.

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