When LSU and Alabama kick off at 7 p.m. Nov. 4 in Bryant-Denny Stadium, it will have been 5 years, 11 months, 29 days and roughly 20 hours since the Tigers last recorded a victory over the hated Crimson Tide.
But who's counting, right?
Here's a quick and dirty recap of of the past six years.
Alabama 10, LSU 0 (Nov. 5, 2016)
ALABAMA 10, LSU 0 (Nov. 5, 2016)
Jalen Hurts broke loose for a 21-yard touchdown run to break a scoreless tie early in the fourth quarter, and No. 1 Alabama's defense thoroughly stifled Leonard Fournette and LSU in a 10-0 win.
Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG
Alabama 30, LSU 16 (Nov. 7, 2015)
ALABAMA 30, LSU 16 (Nov. 7, 2015)
Derrick Henry ran for 210 yards and three touchdowns and Alabama's defense smothered Leonard Fournette in a 30-16 victory over LSU on Saturday night.
Alabama 20, LSU 13 OT (Nov. 8, 2014)
ALABAMA 20, LSU 13 OT (Nov. 8, 2014)
Blake Sims drove Alabama 55 yards in the final 50 seconds of regulation for a tying field goal, and threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to DeAndrew White in OT to lift Alabama to a 20-13 victory over LSU.
Alabama 38, LSU 17 (Nov. 9, 2013)
ALABAMA 38, LSU 17 (Nov. 9, 2013)
AJ McCarron threw three touchdown passes, T.J. Yeldon ran for 133 yards and two scores and No. 1 Alabama overwhelmed No. 10 LSU 38-17 Saturday night.
Alabama 21, LSU 17 (Nov. 3, 2012)
ALABAMA 21, LSU 17 (Nov. 3, 2012)
T.J. Yeldon took a swing pass from AJ McCarron and went 28 yards for a touchdown with 51 seconds remaining, giving top-ranked Alabama a stunning 21-17 victory over No. 5 LSU on a raucous Saturday night in Death Valley.
Alabama 21, LSU 0 (BCS title game, Jan. 9, 2012)
ALABAMA 21, LSU 0 (BCS Title Game, Jan. 9, 2012)
Jeremy Shelley kicked five field goals and Trent Richardson broke a 34-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter as No. 2 Alabama beat No. 1 LSU 21-0 on Monday night -- the first shutout in BCS title game history.
LSU 9, Alabama 6 (Nov. 5, 2011)
LSU 9, ALABAMA 6 (Nov. 5, 2011)
No. 1 LSU gained the inside track to the BCS title game, beating No. 2 Alabama 9-6 on Drew Alleman's 25-yard field goal in overtime after a fierce defensive struggle in which neither team reached the end zone Saturday night.