LSU has done it, taking down No. 6 Alabama in overtime and likely knocking the Crimson Tide out of the College Football Playoff in Week 10.

During the game, the two sides provided fireworks late in the 4th quarter. Defending Heisman winner Bryce Young was able to rally Alabama for a game-tying field goal to force overtime.

Once in overtime, Young and the Tide started on offense and were able to find the end zone and kick the extra point. LSU responded with a touchdown of its own but went for the kill.

Instead of kicking the extra point, the Tigers put it all on the line. That 2-point try was converted with Jayden Daniels hitting his tight end at the pylon.

It gave LSU a 32-31 victory in walk-off fashion.

With the loss, Alabama has now lost its second game of the season before the Iron Bowl for the first time since 2010.

Another significant factor of the loss is that Alabama is likely out of the College Football Playoff. Since its inception, no 2-loss team has ever made the Playoff. The Crimson Tide also need help to reach the SEC Championship with LSU leading the SEC West after the win.

It has been a tumultuous week for the top 10 with No. 1 Tennessee, No. 4 Clemson and No. 6 Alabama all losing. A new top 4 is guaranteed for Week 11, but it will be interesting to see where the CFP Committee slots these teams after a wild weekend.