Auburn upset of Alabama may have caused seismic activity

The game that shook the college football world may have shook more than just that.

Following the Auburn Tigers' huge win over the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Iron Bowl on Saturday, a local electrical engineer named Steve Jones told Jeremy Henderson of Al.com that he detected a rise in seismic activity when the game ended.

"I saw a slight increase in ground noise on the seismograph starting a few minutes before 6 p.m. when the game ended, until about 6:15 p.m. or so," Jones said.

Jones uses a homemade seismometer to detect activity and studies strange local phenomena.

While Jones can't conclusively say the game and fans caused the activity, you have to admit -- it's a crazy thought.

And let's be real -- if any upset this season would've caused the ground to shake, it would've been this one.

-- Courtney Schellin