The Tigers' off-field issues just prior to this season and in the middle of it were pretty shocking, but this game cannot be touched.
November 9, 2002.
The score was 30-27 in favor of Kentucky, and the fans were hungry for revenge after a game-winning, last-second score had cost them their game against LSU in 2001.
Kentucky fans lined the field, ready to rush following this play. As a matter of fact, some of the fans were already on the field, and Kentucky's players had given head coach Guy Morriss a Gatorade bath, because they felt there was no way the Tigers could score from 74 yards away.
Bet they felt stupid after this one.
From his own 18, Tigers quarterback Marcus Randall heaved a ball as far as he could as time ran off the clock.
Fireworks exploded in anticipation of Kentucky's win while the ball still hung in the air.
Then, the ridiculous happened.
The ball was deflected, in traffic, off the hands of LSU wide receiver Michael Clayton into the ready arms of Devery Henderson.
LSU's speedy wide receiver broke one final tackle and stormed into the end zone, securing the 33-30 win for the Tigers.