BATON ROUGE, La. -- Two years removed from a thrilling game-winning drive in the final minute of regulation, Alabama took it to another level Saturday night.

On the same Tiger Stadium field where AJ McCarron's touchdown pass to T.J. Yeldon put Alabama up for good in a 21-17 win during its 2012 national championship season, the Crimson Tide needed overtime in its latest visit to escape Death Valley with a 20-13 come-from-behind victory.

Down 13-10 after an LSU field goal with 50 seconds left in regulation, Alabama engineered a game-tying drive capped off by Adam Griffith's 27-yard field goal with only seconds remaining to force overtime.

Alabama scored first on Blake Sims' 6-yard touchdown pass to DeAndrew White on the first possession of overtime, then forced LSU to turn it over on downs on the following possession to end the game.

Watch the game-tying field goal, the game-winning touchdown, the immediate reaction after the game's final play and all the key plays that helped set up those crucial scores below:




The scene in Death Valley! #AlabamavsLSU

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The Tide offense sputtered all night, until it needed to score a FG in under 50 seconds! #AlabamavsLSU

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Blake Sims with his teammates on the sidelines towards the end of the game. #AlabamavsLSU

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Some brave Bama fans enjoying the Tide's win in Death Valley! #AlabamavsLSU

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One last glance at Tiger Stadium. Death Valley, where Bama's dreams never die! #AlabamavsLSU

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