Bo Nix set the college football world on fire Saturday night in his debut performance. Not only did the true freshman perform well on a national stage in his first collegiate game, but he also threw the game-winning pass to give Auburn its first lead of the game with only nine seconds remaining on the clock.

For die-hard Auburn fans, the play likely seemed like Déjà vu.

Back in the 1993 Iron Bowl, in his first meaningful action for Auburn, sophomore quarterback Patrick Nix came off the bench in the third quarter for an injured Stan White. The Tigers were undefeated entering the game against Alabama but if not for the heroics of Nix, Auburn would have likely lost the 1993 Iron Bowl.

On a fourth-and-15 in the second half of the game, Nix connected with junior receiver Frank Sanders to cut Alabama’s lead to 14-12. That play changed the moment of the game and kept Auburn’s undefeated season alive.

You can view that play below:

After watching that play, it’s remarkably close to the play Bo Nix would throw all these years later in his Auburn debut: