Alabama football looked like it had the game clinched.

Kool-Aid McKinstry was running toward the end zone, and even if he didn't make it,

the Crimson Tide appeared to be in control

Alabama had a lead in the final minutes Saturday and was about to have

the football deep in Tennessee Vols territory.

But wait. There was a flag. Pass interference on Alabama.

The play was coming back. Shortly after, Tennessee tied the game.

The Crimson Tide, whether it was early in the game or toward the end, just couldn't get out of its own way.

Tennessee took advantage of a missed field goal late, and the Vols kicked the game-winner at

the buzzer to beat Alabama 52-49 at Neyland Stadium

Tennessee snapped a 15-year losing streak to Alabama.