The biggest rivalry in college football (probably) somehow managed to exceed all lofty expectations with one of the best finishes to any game ever, regardless of circumstance. But the stakes couldn't have been higher, with the winner getting a berth in the SEC title game. The series of events that set up the final play were hard to believe on their own, as Auburn blocked a potential clinching field goal with 2 1/2 minutes to play, then tied the game up with a TD with 32 seconds left. Ultimately, a long referee review added one last second to the clock and set up the ill-fated and now legendary 57-yard Bama field goal attempt, which came off the foot of backup kicker Adam Griffith and fell short into the hands of Auburn's Chris Davis in the back of the end zone. As we all know by now, Davis miraculously ran the ball the full length of the field for the game-winning score. Auburn went on to win the SEC title game and will face FSU in the BCS Championship Game.