Since the debut of the SEC Championship Game in 1992, Alabama and Florida have played each other a record seven times in that game. Among all those meetings, it’s hard to argue that there has ever been a bigger play than the one that won the first.

With under four minutes left to play in a 21-21 game in the inaugural 1992 edition of the game at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama cornerback Antonio Langham picked off Florida's Shane Matthews and returned the interception 27 yards for a touchdown in a 28-21 Alabama victory. Prior to the interception, Florida had scored 14 unanswered points to tie the game after Alabama built up a 21-7 third-quarter lead.

Langham was selected as the game’s MVP for his late heroics and the second-ranked, 12-0 Crimson Tide went on to win its 12th national championship with a 34-13 victory over top-ranked Miami in the Sugar Bowl.

Entering the 1992 SEC title game, Florida had defeated Alabama twice in the previous two seasons, including the Crimson Tide’s lone loss in 1991, a 35-0 rout in Gainesville.

According to an ESPN Films SEC Storied documentary, Langham’s interception is known as the “The Play That Changed College Football.” The 1992 SEC Championship Game was the first-ever conference championship in college football history.

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