Alabama vs.Florida

  Date: 12/5/1992  
  Score: 28-21  
  Alabama vs. Florida In the first ever Southeastern Conference Championship game the #2 Alabama Crimson Tide took on the #12 Florida Gators in Birmingham and Alabama took the game 28-21 in a hotly contested game. Florida struck first but just five minutes after the first Gator touchdown Derrick Lassic ran in from 3 yards out to tie the game at 3. Alabama took the lead 14-7 at halftime when Jay Barker connected with Curtis Brown on a 30 yard touchdown. In the third Alabama took a commanding 21-7 lead when Lassic scored his second touchdown of the game on a 15 yard rush. Florida stormed back scoring a touchdown in the third and one in the fourth to tie the game at 21. Then with just over 3 minutes remaining in the game Antonio Langham intercepted a Shane Matthews pass and ran it back 27 yards to give Alabama the 28-21 lead and that’s the way the game would end. Langham earned game MVP honors because of his interception. The 1992 squad finished with a record of 13-0, as SEC champions, and as National Champions for coach Gene Stallings.