Texas A&M was inches away from putting the game away, but Tennessee's Malik Foreman had different plans.
While leading the Vols 38-25 with 1:49 remaining in the game, Texas A&M's Trayveon Williams busted a run for 72 yards, but he needed 73 yards to score. He also didn't need Malik Foreman to make the play of the year for the Volunteers. The result? A Texas A&M touchback.
Hustle? Yeah, Mr. Foreman has plenty of that.
The play forced a touchback and gave life and the ball back to Tennessee.
The Vols took advantage and carried that momentum into the end zone following the unbelievable play.
Tennessee took the ball 80 yards on just six plays to score and knot the game up at 35 apiece. The drive was capped off by an 18-yard touchdown pass from Josh Dobbs to running back Alvin Kamara. Nice effort too by Kamara to get in the end zone.
In case you forgot, the Vols put together an unbelievable comeback win against Florida a few weeks ago and beat Georgia on a Hail Mary pass a week ago on the road.
It appears their good karma is still intact, because a game-winning field goal attempt by A&M's Daniel LaCamera resulted in an epic shank.
We're heading to overtime in College Station. Can the Vols pull it off?