Today we remember a draw against tomorrow night's opponents Inverness Caledonian Thistle on this day two years ago and a birthday for the Prince of Goalkeepers.
Dubbed the Prince of Goalkeepers, Jerry Dawson, who was born on this day in 1909, was a hugely effective last line of defence in the great team of the 1930s.
At a time when Rangers dominated Scottish football in some style, he proved to be a sensation between the posts with great regularity. Dawson was not tall but, like Andy Goram of the modern age, he had terrific reflexes and tremendous bravery.
He played 211 times for the club and won the league on no less than five occasions. Dawson was also successful with the club in the Scottish Cup twice and earned 14 Scotland caps.
On this day in 2010, Rangers were left frustrated as a 1-1 draw against tomorrow's opponents Inverness saw them drop their first points of the SPL campaign.
A Maurice Edu goal had put the Light Blues ahead early in the first half but they couldn't find a killer second goal to the frustration of the home support.
They eventually paid the price when the visitors pounced with eight minutes remaining to maintain their own unbeaten away record thanks to Eric Odhiambo's goal. You can read a match report of the game here and watch it on RangersTV here.