They took down LSU 42-28, getting some sweet payback for last year's loss and keeping their SEC West title dreams on track.
The game was a high-scoring affair at the start, but Alabama pulled ahead to secure the win.
Alabama's QB Jalen Milroe was the star of the show, with 219 passing yards, 155 rushing yards, and a record four touchdown runs.
He was rivaled by LSU's Jayden Daniels, who was a force until a fourth-quarter injury took him out after a rough tackle.
This injury deflated LSU's chances for a comeback.
It was all square at halftime, but LSU's lead early in the second half didn't last.
Alabama tied it up again, and after LSU's punt, they scored to lead.
An interception on LSU's next possession led to another score for Alabama.
Daniels got injured on the following drive, and that sealed the deal for Alabama's win.