For the eighth season in a row, the Iron Bowl will feature at least one team vying for a chance to play for a national championship. This year, it's the Crimson Tide looking for their 16th overall national championship. But do the Tigers down on the plains have enough to play spoiler as they were able to do two years ago?

What happened two years ago in Jordan-Hare Stadium is arguably the craziest, unlikeliest ending to a football game in the sport's history, as the Tigers were able to field the short field goal attempt by freshman Adam Griffith and return it 109 yards for the now (in)famously named "Kick Six," defeating the Tide 34-28.

The current juniors and seniors on this Tide squad were on that 2013 team (also the redshirt sophomores), and heading back to Auburn, AL one would think that will be a source of motivation for the upperclassmen.

Also, from a larger picture standpoint, a win against the Tigers would clinch the SEC West for the Crimson Tide, but should they lose and Ole Miss beat Mississippi State, the Rebels would represent the West in the SEC Championship Game.

So, how's the 2015 Iron Bowl going to unfold?