On Saturday, Tennessee defeated Alabama 52-49 thanks to a shaky 40-yard field goal by kicker Chase McGrath with two seconds remaining in the contest.

Since 2006, the Vols have defeated the Crimson Tide once.

Will Reichard of Alabama missed a 50-yard field goal with 15 seconds left on the previous possession, giving Tennessee the ball back.

Hendon Hooker, the quarterback for the Vols, moved his team down the field in just two plays to put Tennessee in position for a field goal attempt.

Jalin Hyatt, an orange receiver, was the day's hero after hauling in a staggering five touchdown passes and accumulating 207 yards in the air.

With their victory on Saturday, No. 6 Tennessee improved to 6-0 while No. 3 Tide improved to 6-1.

Tennessee ended Alabama's 15-year losing skid by defeating them.

After the game, fans at Neyland Stadium invaded the field and tore down the goal posts.

The Vols will next take a vacation from SEC competition by hosting Tennessee-Martin, while No. 16 Mississippi State will host No. 1 Alabama.

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