Back in 1992 Jack Crowe was the head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks and lost their season opener to The Citadel from then Division 1-AA in their season opener. The next day Crowe was out of a job.
18 years later Crowe is the head coach of Jacksonville State on the Football Championship Subdivision and Saturday his Gamecocks upset Ole Miss out of the SEC 49-48 in double overtime.
"If you stay in this long enough, it goes both ways," Jacksonville head coach Jack Crowe said.
"Without a doubt, it's the worst loss of my career," Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt said.
Here's the wild finish to this one. (Thanks ESPN/CSS/Youtube.com)
Here's the post game press conference with JSU head coach Jack Crowe and the players.
Jeremiah Masoli didn't start but saw some action going 7 of 10 for 109 yards and an interception.
Photo Courtesy: AP Photo/Oxford Eagle, Bruce Newman