What’s the greatest play in Alabama football history? The question has never had a definitive answer – until now.
We’re taking the debate out of the barrooms and asking you to decide. Each day we will unveil the next match-up in one of our four brackets – Bryant Bracket, Saban Bracket, Stallings Bracket and Thomas Bracket. (The plays don’t necessarily come from that era, in particular because there’s not a lot of YouTube clips from the Thomas era.)
Come back each day and log your vote to see who moves on to the next round, and ultimately help crown the Champion Play of Champions.
Voting continues today with the Stallings Bracket. To see the updated tournament results, click here.
Round two, Stallings Bracket
No. 1 Seed: The Strip
In what some called The Greatest Play That Never Happened, George Teague tracked down Lamar Thomas and took the ball during Bama’s title win in the 1993 Sugar Bowl. The play was called back because of an offside penalty on Alabama.
No. 5 seed: Langham vs. Auburn
On the road to the title in 1992, Antonio Langham capped off an Iron Bowl victory with a pick 6.
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