September 14, 1991.
That was the last time the Alabama Crimson Tide had lost a football game.
The Florida Gators beat Alabama 35-0.
Since then Alabama had won SEC and national titles en route to a 31-game unbeaten streak, their only blemish being a 17-17 tie earlier that season with Tennessee.
LSU was dead in the water. Curly Hallman was on the hottest of hot seats as LSU was sliding towards their third straight losing season.
Alabama was a three-touchdown favorite in this game.
My brother, then a sophomore at the University of Alabama, colored this day on his calendar all in black and named it "Black Saturday."
Jay Barker, the Tide's starting quarterback was missing his second straight game. To make matters worse, Alabama's starting tailback, Sherman Williams, left the game with a shoulder injury on the game's first play from scrimmage.
Alabama used three different quarterbacks to combine for four interceptions as the offense turned it over five times overall. LSU would use those gifts to build a lead that they would hold onto, stunning Bryant Denny Stadium and the nation.
It was only a tiny flash of greatness for LSU. While the win likely saved Hallman's job, LSU still finished with a losing record in 1993 at 5-6. For good measure, Hallman would make it four straight losing seasons in 1994, eventually being fired with a record of 16-28 at Baton Rouge.
Alabama would finish 9-3-1 with a 24-10 win over North Carolina in the Gator Bowl.
It wouldn't matter though, because in 1995 it was discovered that Alabama's Antonio Langham had received improper benefits by signing with an agent after the 1992 season.
All games in which Langham played were forfeited, which meant the Tide only won their bowl game and finished 1-12.