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In the final four seconds of the 1982 Big Game against the University of California, Berkeley (Cal), band members (as well as players from Stanford) ran out onto the field, thinking the game was over after Stanford players appeared to have tackled ball-carrier Dwight Garner.

Garner managed to lateral it to another player, and they continued to lateral back and forth, with Cal's Kevin Moen dodging through the band for a winning touchdown, which he ended by running over LSJUMB trombone player Gary Tyrrell in the end zone.

The band did recognize some limits, however, and although they regularly discussed a "Death and Medicine" show, including formations and song arrangements relating to Jayne Mansfield's death – "Saturday Night and I Ain't Got No Body" – and other current events, including Richard Nixon's phlebitis, they never did – and never intended to – in fact stage this halftime show.

The Band's most infamous and controversial moment, however, had nothing to do with its irreverence.

Officials at the time did not call Garner down and though no instant replay rule was in effect at the time, game tape appears inconclusive.