The scene in Sanford Stadium will be one that Alabama fans talk about for years. 

As an 'underdog' for the first time in years, the Crimson Tide rolled into Athens and seemingly recreated the infamous 2008 'Blackout' victory over the Bulldogs. Add in the steady - and sometimes drenching - rains that fell throughout the day and this game will leave a lasting memory for Alabama fans.

The 13th-ranked Crimson Tide eventually grew the lead to 31-3 in the third quarter, which led to many Georgia fans heading to the exits. By the start of the fourth quarter, the stadium seemed to be more than half empty in the Georgia sections.

Alabama fans stayed well through the end of the game to sing Rammer Jammer and celebrate with the players. The memories from this trip will have to last for a while as Alabama isn't scheduled to play in Athens for at least another decade. In all likelihood, that makes this 38-10 win Saban's last appearance as a head coach in Sanford Stadium.

Enjoy this photo gallery from Getty Images that captures another signature win by Alabama.