The Iron Bowl is always weird when it’s played at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

When you put Alabama and Auburn on that field, crazy things happen. This year, it took a near-Hail Mary from Jalen Milroe to Isaiah Bond to give Alabama the lead with under a minute left.

With Alabama’s team point total set at over/under 34.5 heading into the Iron Bowl, it looked like that was out of reach. But then, a miracle, or so it seemed for bettors who took Alabama’s over (or certain other live bets throughout the game).

It looked like Alabama scored on a pick-6 as time expired. Game over. Over hits.

Not so fast! When CBS ended its broadcast, it said the last touchdown didn’t count. That naturally led to plenty of bettors complaining about a bad beat on social media:

https://twitter.com/c_szn22/status/1728567401145622804

 

Here’s the would-be pick-6:

You be the judge. In or out?

Either way, time to shake it off and get on to the next one. This was either a bad beat or a great cover depending on what side you were on. College football, y’all. There’s nothing like it!

UPDATE: Here’s an angle that seems to show Terrion Arnold’s foot on the sideline on the pick 6: