Even though Kool-Aid McInstreet didn't make it to the end zone, the Crimson Tide was in command. On Saturday, Alabama took a last-second lead, and the Tennessee Walls were about to deepen football on the field.


But hold on. There was a flag flying. Alabama should be intervened in. The drama was returning. Tennessee quickly tied the game.

At either the beginning or the end of the game, Crimson Tide simply couldn't get out of its way.

In the final seconds, Walls kicked the game-winning field goal to help Tennessee defeat Alabama 52-49 at Neyland Stadium by capitalising on a missed field goal.

Alabama's 15-year losing streak to Tennessee was ended.

The game between No. 1 Alabama (6-1, 3-1 SEC) and No. 8 Tennessee is summarised here along with key learnings (6-0, 3-0).

Alabama struggled to find ways to interfere with the typically clean pockets for hookers as they continued to find soft spots in the coverage from receivers and hookers.