Tennessee takes down Alabama for the first time since 2006.

No. 6 Tennessee tasted victory over No. 3 Alabama, topping the Tide 52-49 at Neyland Stadium

Tennessee put an end to 15 years of misery at the hands of Alabama on Saturday.

Tennessee squandered a 28-10 second-quarter lead by allowing Alabama to score on five straight possessions at one point over the second and third quarters.

Bryce Young after coming back from injury throwing 2 touchdowns and 455 passing yards to nine different receivers.

Nick Saban lost it after a special teams blunder put No. 3 Alabama even further in a hole against No. 6 Tennessee

Tennessee celebrated 52-49 win over Alabama at Neyland Stadium crowd emptied onto the field on Saturday night.

Nick Saban said we played about as bad as we could play in the first half especially on defense.

Tennessee's win establishes as a legitimate threat to No. 1 Georgia in the SEC East and puts the Vols firmly in the College Football Playoff conversation.

Tennessee's scoring drive to tie the game at 49 late in the fourth quarter, Alabama had been whistled for a school-record 17 penalties totaling 130 yards.