Saturday's Iron Bowl is being called the greatest game in college football history.
Alabama and Auburn were tied with one second left on the clock.
Alabama took a gamble on a 57-yard field goal.
Unfortunately for the Crimson Tide, the kick was short.
Auburn cornerback Chris Davis caught the ball, ran 109 yards down the field and scored the game-winning touchdown.
Mediaite’s Joe Concha is OutFront with his take on Alabama coach Nick Saban’s decision.
Two people are recovering after a 61-year-old veteran broke the fall of woman who jumped from the upper deck of the Oakland Coliseum following a Raider's game.
Sunday's incident came just one week after another fan fell 30 feet from the stands at a Buffalo Bill's game.
Are these just fluke accidents or does something need to change to minimize the possibility of fans falling.
There have been several incidents this year alone.
• On November 24, the day of the woman's fall, a 48-year-old man suffered severe head injuries after falling down steps at the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore at the Ravens game against the New York Jets.
• On November 17, a Buffalo Bills fan fell as he tried to slide down the rail of the upper deck of Ralph Wilson Stadium, dropping about 30 feet. He injured himself and a fan he landed on.
• On October 24, a woman fell about 20 feet from the stands at Floyd Stadium at a game at Middle Tennessee State University.
• On August 12, a man fell about 85 feet from the upper level of Atlanta's Turner Field. The death was ruled a suicide.
Stephen Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins spoke out for the first time just hours before the team hit the field for Monday Night Football.
According to ESPN, Ross also texted Martin last week and offered his support as the controversy began to unfold.
Suspended Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito, meanwhile, defended texts and phone messages he sent to teammate Jonathan Martin that contained the N word and other vile language.
Joe Carter is Outfront in Miami, where the team plays tonight, their first game without both Incognito and Martin.
The Sun Sentinel newspaper reports Miami Dolphins coaches asked offensive lineman Richie Incognito to toughen-up teammate Jonathan Martin.
Martin left the team abruptly last week, and reports have surfaced that he was being bullied by Incognito.
Incognito has been suspended pending an investigation, but another team member says it doesn't add up.
Ed Lavandera is Outfront with the story.
Video obtained by CNN appears to show Miami Dolphins football player Richie Incognito yelling the N-word and other expletives during an outing with teammates at a bar.
Incognito has been suspended from the Dolphins amid allegations he bullied teammate Jonathan Martin with racial slurs and threats of physical violence.
Many in the league, including former NFL coach Tony Done-gee, say Incognito had a reputation for being a problem player.
In college, Incognito was suspended or dismissed three times. And in 2009, the Rams released him after two personal foul penalties and an altercation with the coach.