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1992 SEC Championship Game

For the SEC men's basketball championship, see 1992 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament.
1992 SEC Championship Game
Conference Championship.
File:1992SECChamplogo.png
1992 SEC Championship logo.
1 2 3 4 Total
Alabama 7 7 7 7 28
Florida 7 0 7 7 21
Date December 5, 1992
Season 1992
Stadium Legion Field
Location Birmingham, Alabama
MVP CB Antonio Langham, Alabama
Favorite Alabama by 10[1]
Attendance 83,091
United States TV coverage
Network ABC
Nielsen ratings 9.8
SEC Championship Game
  1993

The 1992 SEC Championship Game was played on December 5, 1992 at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama. The SEC was the first conference in college football to host a conference championship game and the inaugural matchup would determine the 1992 football champion of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Alabama Crimson Tide, winners of the Western division of the SEC, defeated the Florida Gators, who won the Eastern division, by a score of 28-21.

Following the game, undefeated Alabama would advance to the Sugar Bowl where they would defeat the Miami Hurricanes in winning the program's 12th national championship. Florida would advance to the where they would defeat the North Carolina State Wolfpack.

Game summary

Alabama played Florida in the first SEC Championship Game on December 5, 1992. The Gators scored first on an Errict Rhett 5-yard touchdown run to lead 7–0. The Tide would respond in scoring the next 21 points. Their first points would come later in the first on a Derrick Lassic 3-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 7–7. In the second quarter, Curtis Brown would score on a 30-yard touchdown reception from Jay Barker to take a 14–7 lead at the half.[2]

Alabama would further extend their lead to 21–7 in the third on a 15-yard Derrick Lassic touchdown run. Down by 14, the Gators would respond with a pair of touchdowns, tying the game at 21 midway through the fourth quarter. Willie Jackson would score first on a 4-yard touchdown reception on a pass from Shane Matthews late in the third, and Errict Rhett would knot the game at 21 with just over eight minutes remaining in the contest. With momentum in the favor of the Gators, with just over 3:00 remaining in the game, Antonio Langham would return a Matthews interception 21-yards for a touchdown in providing the final 28–21 margin.[2]


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See also

  • List of historically significant college football games

References

External links

  • Recap of the 1992 SEC Championship game at SECSports.com
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