Throughout its 113-year history, the Monon Bell game has provided some spectacular and unforgettable close games.
In fact, 23 of the last 41 games have been decided by eight or less points. And three of the past six years, the game hasn't been decided until the final quarter - or play.
Here are some of those incredible endings:
2005: Russ Harbaugh threw a 37-yard pass to Kyle Pizza with 7:10 left in the fourth quarter and the Little Giants held off DePauw's late rallying attempts for a 17-14 victory.
2004: DePauw's first two-half scored held up to give the Tigers a 17-14 win in Bill Lynch's first Monon Bell game. Lynch became only the second DePauw coach to win the Bell game in his first season.
2001: "The Monon Miracle" - With only 2.7 seconds remaining, Wabash quarterback Jake Knott's Hail Mary pass was answered - thanks to a tip. Little Giants wide receiver Kurt Casper caught the 52-yard pass in the end zone - after it was tipped back by wide receiver Ryan Short - and Wabash won 27-21 at DePauw.
2000: DePauw scored 18 points in the final 6:51 to claim a 27-17 victory in Crawfordsville.
1997: In near blizzard conditions, DePauw survived in a 14-7 win. DePauw led 14-0, but Wabash rallied for a late fourth-quarter touchdown and had possession of the ball as time expired.
1995: Playing in sub-freezing temperatures and an early-morning snowfall, Wabash quarterback Chris Ings' dramatic fourth-quarter touchdown dive gave the Little Giants a 7-2 victory.
1994: Wabash built a 20-point halftime lead, but had to hang on in the second half for a 28-24 win. The game, televised nationally by ESPN2, opened with each team returning a kickoff for a touchdown.
1992: Wabash's Alex Costa kicked a 25-yard field goal with nine seconds left and the game ended in a 17-17 tie.
1986: DePauw ran out of timeouts and couldn't get its field goal unit on the field in time in a 24-23 loss.
1983: DePauw freshman Eric Rave batted down a Wabash pass in the end zone as time expired to preserve a 16-10 win.
1981: DePauw snapped Wabash's 24-game winning streak with a 24-21 victory. And the Monon Bell game loss kept Wabash out of the playoffs despite an 8-1 record. This was also DePauw coach Nick Mourouzis' first game.
1980: DePauw scored a two-point conversion to force a 22-22 tie against an undefeated Wabash team. Wabash ended the season 8-0-1 and missed the playoffs. DePauw finished 7-2-1.
1974: DePauw won 15-12 after a Wabash receiver dropped a pass in the end zone with 18 seconds left.
1973: DePauw won 28-21 after intercepting a Wabash pass on the DePauw 19-yard line with 3:40 left.
1970: DePauw won 14-13 as the Tigers intercepted a Wabash pass as time expired.
1966: DePauw's Tim Feemster kicked a 22-yard field goal in the final 28 seconds for a 9-7 victory.
1964: Wabash failed on a two-point conversion in the final minutes and DePauw won 22-21.