One of the greatest moments in Texas A&M football history was its first season in the SEC when it upset No. 1 Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

Johnny Manziel totaled 345 yards and threw two touchdowns in what would eventually turn into a Heisman-winning redshirt freshman campaign, including this play that will forever stand as one of the most memorable in modern day college football:

Verne Lundquist, the 76-year-old CBS broadcasting legend who has covered the SEC since 2000, talks about the scene that day and how he remembers the game.

“We all remember that Johnny Manziel had a game for the ages during that encounter,” said Lundquist. “Led them to a lead of 29-24, but the key play late in the game was the interception by Deshazor Everett on 4th down and goal for Alabama driving for the go-ahead touchdown.”

It was a truly special day that Aggies fans will surely never forget.