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LSU Tigers football Heisman winners AllAmericans 1970, 1986, 1988, 2001, 2003, 2007 Division titles 7 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007 1 55

Current uniform

First season Athletic director Head coach

1893 Joe Alleva Les Miles 4th year, 42–11

Home stadium Stadium capacity Stadium surface Location Conference Division Past conferences

Tiger Stadium (LSU) 92,400 Grass Baton Rouge, Louisiana SEC (1932 - present) SEC West (1992 - present) Independent (1893-1895) Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1896-1921) Southern Conference (1922-1932) 701–383–47 (.641) 21–18–1 Website 3 1958, 2003, 2007 13 SIAA: 1896, 1908 SoCon: 1932 SEC: 1935, 1936, 1958, 1961, Colors Fight song Mascot Marching band Rivals Purple and Gold Fight for LSU Mike the Tiger Golden Band from Tigerland Tulane Green Wave Ole Miss Rebels Auburn Tigers Alabama Crimson Tide Arkansas Razorbacks LSUSports.net

All-time record Postseason bowl record Claimed national titles Conference titles

The LSU Tigers football team, a.k.a. "Fighting Tigers", represents Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States in NCAA Division I FBS college football. Current head coach Les Miles has led the team since 2005. LSU entered the 2008

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School Alabama Arkansas Auburn Florida Ole Miss Mississippi State Tulane LSU Record 23-44-5 33-18-2 23-19-1 23-29-3 55-38-4 66-33-3 67-22-7 Streak Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 9 Won 16

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1st Meeting 1895 1901 1901 1937 1894 1896 1893

season with 693 victories, the 12th most in NCAA history, and the 4th most of any SEC team, behind only Alabama (787), Tennessee (771), and Georgia (714). LSU also entered the 2008 season with a 0.640 all-time winning percentage, the 14th best in the NCAA, and the 4th best in the SEC, behind only Alabama (0.706), Tennessee (0.697), and Georgia (0.644). The LSU football team enjoyed recent success as they won the BCS National Championship in 2003 with a 21-14 win over Oklahoma in the Nokia Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, and victory in the 2008 (2007 season) BCS National Championship Game versus the Ohio State Buckeyes with a 38–24 score, thus becoming the first team since the advent of the BCS to win multiple BCS national titles.

The NCAA’s website states that "the NCAA does not conduct a national championship in Division I-A football and is not involved in the selection process." It goes on to say that "a number of polling organizations provide a final ranking of Division I-A football teams at the end of each season." LSU officially claims three national championships (1958, 2003 & 2007); however, the school has been recognized as national champions by polling organizations on four additional occasions: 1908, 1935, 1936 and 1962.[1] (The NCAA officially changed the "I-A" designation to the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) in 2006.) In the 2007 season, LSU became the first collegiate football program to win the BCS National Championship Game twice. Year Coach Selector Record Bowl 1958 Paul AP, Dietzel Coaches 2003 Nick Saban 2007 Les Miles BCS, Coaches 11-0 Sugar Bowl Sugar Bowl Result LSU 7, Clemson 0 LSU 21, Oklahoma 14

All-time record vs. annual opponents Championships
National Championships

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BCS, AP, 12-2 Coaches

BCS Na- LSU 38, tional Ohio Title State 24 Game 3

Total national championships:

Conference Championships

LSU has won a total of 13 conference championships in three different conferences. Since becoming a founding member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in 1933, has won ten conference championships, fourth most in th SEC. An LSU flag hangs in the New Orleans French Quarter on the day of the 2008 BCS National Championship Game. Year Coach 1896 Allen Jeardeau

Conference Overall Conference Record Record SIAA 6-0 3-0

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1908 Edgar R. Wingard 1932 Biff Jones 1935 Bernie Moore 1936 Bernie Moore 1958 Paul Dietzel 1961 Paul Dietzel

SIAA Southern SEC SEC SEC SEC

10-0 6-3-1 9-2-0 9-1-1 11-0 10-1 9-3 9-3 10-1-1 10-3 13-1 12-2

2-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 5-3

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100 81

Seasons
• The Tigers did not field a team in 1918 (World War

Bowl games

LSU has played in 40 bowl games, compiling a record 21-18-1. Note that in the table below, the year references the season, and not the actual date the game wa played. Year 1935 Bowl Game Sugar Bowl Winner Texas Christian 3 Loser LSU 2

1970 Charles SEC McClendon 1986 Bill SEC Arnsparger 1988 Mike Archer 2001 Nick Saban 2003 Nick Saban 2007 Les Miles Total conference championships SEC SEC SEC SEC 13

1936

Sugar Bowl

Santa LSU 14 Clara (CA) 21 Santa LSU 0 Clara (CA) 6 LSU 19 LSU 0 Texas A&M 14 Arkansas 0

1937 7-1 6-2 1943 1946 1949

Sugar Bowl

Orange Bowl Cotton Bowl Sugar Bowl

Divisional Championships
1958 Since the SEC began divisional play in 1992, LSU has won Sugar Bowl or shared the SEC West title 7 times, and is 3-1 in the SEC (Title Game) Championship game. 1959 Sugar Bowl Year Division SEC Opponent PF PA 1961 Championship CG Result SEC West N/A 1962 Lost N/A N/A tiebreaker 1963 to Alabama 1964 Lost N/A N/A tiebreaker 1965 to Auburn Tennessee 31 Lost tiebreaker to Arkansas Georgia Georgia 20 1967 N/A N/A 1968 34 14 1970 13 Orange Bowl Cotton Bowl Bluebonnet Bowl Sugar Bowl Cotton Bowl Sugar Bowl Peach Bowl Orange Bowl Sun Bowl

Oklahoma LSU 0 35 LSU 7 Ole Miss 21 LSU 25 LSU 13 Baylor 14 LSU 13 LSU 14 LSU 20 LSU 31 Nebraska 17 LSU 35 Clemson 0 LSU 0 Colorado 7 Texas 0 LSU 7 Syracuse 10 Arkansas 7 Wyoming 14 Florida State 27 LSU 12 Iowa State 15

1996

1997

SEC West

N/A

2001 2002

SEC West SEC West

W N/A

2003 2005 2007

SEC West SEC West SEC West

W L W

34 1971 Tennessee 21 14

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1972 1973 1977 1978 1979 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987

Bluebonnet Bowl Orange Bowl Sun Bowl Liberty Bowl Tangerine Bowl Orange Bowl Sugar Bowl Liberty Bowl Sugar Bowl Gator Bowl

Tennessee LSU 17 24 Penn State 16 Stanford 24 Missouri 20 LSU 34 Nebraska 21 Nebraska 28 Baylor 21 Nebraska 30 LSU 30 LSU 9 LSU 17 LSU 15 Wake Forest 10 LSU 20 LSU 10 LSU 7 LSU 15 South Carolina 13 LSU 10 Michigan State 26 Clemson 7 Notre Dame 9 Georgia Tech 14 Illinois 34 LSU 20 Oklahoma 14

Totals 40

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Famous moments in LSU football history

1988 1995 1996 1997 2000 2001 2002 2003

Hall of Fame Bowl

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LSU Tigers football team bus at New Orleans Marri ott viewed from Sheraton New Orleans

Independence LSU 45 Bowl Peach Bowl LSU 10

Independence LSU 27 Bowl Peach Bowl Sugar Bowl Cotton Bowl LSU 28 LSU 47 Texas 35

Sugar Bowl LSU 21 (BCS National Championship Game) Capital One Bowl Peach Bowl Sugar Bowl Iowa 30 LSU 40 LSU 41

2004 2005 2006 2007

LSU 25 Miami (FL) 3 Notre Dame 14 Ohio State 24 Georgia Tech 3

BCS National LSU 38 Championship Game Chick-Fil-A Bowl LSU 38

2008

• - The Comeback -- The Tigers trailed in a makeup game from Hurricane Gustav 31-3 midway through the third quarter against Troy. The Bayou Bengals came back in a nearly half-empty Tiger Stadium with 37 consecutive points and rally to win 40-31. • - BCS national championship -- #2 LSU defeats #1 Ohio State University in the BCS national championship 38–24, becoming the first school to win two BCS national championship titles and improving their BCS record to 4–0, the best of any team. They also became the first two loss team to ever play in the BCS national championship. • - Sugar Bowl -- LSU is the national champion with by defeating Oklahoma 21–14. • - "The Bluegrass Miracle" -- #16 LSU survived a upset bid from unranked Kentucky by winning the game 33–30 on a miraculous 75-yard Hail Mary pa as time expired. Kentucky fans, believing they had won, had already rushed the field and torn down one goal post. • - SEC Championship Game -- #21 LSU staged an upset victory over #2 Tennessee, winning 31–20. The victory earned LSU a spot in its first Sugar Bowl since 1986, and knocked the Volunteers out o national title contention. • - #1 Ranked Florida Taken Down by LSU -- Afte nine straight losses to Steve Spurrier-led Florida, #14 LSU shocked the #1-ranked Gators 28–21 in Tiger Stadium, making the cover of Sports

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game on a TD pass from QB Bert Jones to RB Brad Davis. Ole Miss fans say the 1972 contest featured few seconds of free football. The Tigers trailed the Rebels 16–10 with four seconds to play. After a lengthy incompletion by Jones, the game clock still showed one second remaining. The Tigers used the precious second to win the game on the "last play," 17–16. The home-clock advantage inspired a sign a the Louisiana state line reading, "You are now entering Louisiana. Set your clocks back four seconds." • - Cotton Bowl -- Unranked LSU upset #2 Arkansa winning the game 14–7 and snapping Arkansas’ 22-game winning streak. • - Billy Cannon’s Halloween Night Run -- Late in the game between #1 LSU and #3 Ole Miss, LSU was trailing 3–0. Then Billy Cannon returned a pun 89 yards for a TD, breaking seven tackles. The Rebels then drove down the field but were stopped on the LSU 1 yard line as the game ended resulting in a 7–3 victory for LSU in Tiger Stadium. • - Sugar Bowl -- #1 LSU wins the 1958 national championship, beating #12 Clemson 7–0. The only score was a pass from Billy Cannon to freshman Mickey Mangham, one of the smallest players on th team.

Rivals
Tulane Green Wave
One of LSU’s four 2007 national championship trophies. Pictured is the AFCA National Championship Trophy

LSU’s oldest rival is Tulane; the first LSU-Tulane foot ball game was played in 1893 and for the first fifty or so years of Tiger football, no team was more hated by LSU fans than the Green Wave. The series, in which they battle for the Tiger Rag, was played continuousl Illustrated. It was the first time LSU beat a #1 from 1919 to 1994. The intrastate rivalry featured two ranked team. teams which were geographically close (Baton Rouge • - Bring Back The Magic Game -- Wearing its and New Orleans are roughly 80 miles (130 km) apart white jerseys at home in Tiger Stadium for the first and drew on socio-political tensions between the time since 1982, LSU upset #5 Auburn, winning the state’s capital and seat of government and its biggest game 12-6 as LSU DB Troy Twillie intercepted and most culturally important city. As opponents in th Auburn QB Patrick Nix’s 11-yard pass into the end SIAA, Southern Conference and SEC, the Tulane zone with no time remaining. rivalry flourished for many years but slowly declined • - "The Earthquake Game" -- Unranked LSU staged after Tulane left the SEC and de-emphasized athletics a near literal earth-shattering upset victory over #4 Until 1949, the series was very competitive, with LSU Auburn in Tiger Stadium, winning the game 7-6 with leading 23–18–5; since 1949, LSU has dominated, go1:41 remaining on a TD pass from QB Tommy ing 45–4–2. The two teams renewed the annual series Hodson to TB Eddie Fuller. The reaction of the in 2006. crowd was so immense that it registered as an earthquake on a seismograph in LSU’s HoweOle Miss Rebels Russell Geoscience Complex. See also: LSU-Ole Miss rivalry • - Jones to Davis;. "The Night The Clock LSU’s traditional SEC rival is Ole Miss. Throughout th Stopped" -- #6 LSU survived an upset bid from fifties unranked Ole Miss in Tiger Stadium by winning the and sixties, games between the two schools

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featured highly ranked squads on both sides and seemingly every contest had conference, and at times Arkansas national, title implications. While the rivalry died down from the seventies to the nineties, the rivalry has again been gaining steam and publicity, due to mostly the 2003 Season when Ole Miss could have been a top ten team and go to the SEC Championship while LSU would have gone to the national championship depending on who won the game. A trophy has now been named for the LSU-Ole Miss rivalry known as the "Magnolia Bowl". Recently, the second to last regular season game has been between these two colleges. There is still a strong rivalry between both schools.

Razorbacks

Auburn Tigers
See also: Auburn-LSU rivalry While Auburn’s rivalries against Alabama and Georgia may overshadow its rivalry with LSU, in recent years, LSU’s biggest rival has been the Auburn Tigers. The two share more than just a nickname, as they have both enjoyed success in the SEC’s Western Division and plenty of memorable match ups. Either Auburn or LSU has won at least a share of the SEC Western Division championship for five of the last six years. The home team won every game from 2000 through 2007, until visiting LSU defeated Auburn in 2008. Both the 2007 and 2008 games saw LSU win dramatic, comefrom-behind victories with last minute touchdown passes.

Alabama Crimson Tide

See also: Alabama-LSU rivalry LSU and Alabama have played every year since the 1960s, with LSU currently holding a 5-game winning streak against the Tide until this year, in which The Alabama won by virtue of an overtime interception. Golden Boot trophy is awarded to the annual winner Alabama holds a historic edge in the series, 43–23–5.of the Arkansas-LSU football game. Many trace the origins of the rivalry back to a 15-game After the Razorbacks left the Southwest Conference in undefeated streak Alabama had in Tiger Stadium, 1990, Arkansas joined the SEC in 1991 and began a which is generally considered to be one of the most yearly hostile atmospheres in college football. From 1971 to rivalry with LSU. Spurred by both the SEC and the schools, LSU and Arkansas have developed a more 1998, the Crimson Tide went 14–0–1 in Baton Rouge. intense football rivalry. The winner takes home the While their rivalries against Auburn and Tennessee Golden Boot, a trophy in the shape of the states of may overshadow their rivalry with LSU, the significArkansas and Louisiana that resembles a boot. The ance of this rivalry increased after Alabama hired game, former LSU coach Nick Saban in 2007. Prior to the ini- played the day after Thanksgiving, is usually th last regular season game for each team and is broadtial Saban season, Sports Illustrated ranked the game [2] #13 in its "Top 20 Games To Watch In 2007" list.cast on CBS. In 2002, the rivalry gained momentum a The media has given the Alabama-LSU game the the game winner would represent the Western Divisio of the moniker "Saban Bowl." The 2007 game saw the LSU Ti-SEC in the SEC Championship Game. Arkansas won gers win a dramatic come-from-behind victory, with athe exciting game on a last second touchdown pass by Matt Jones. In 2006, the Razorbacks, who had final score of 41–34. Alabama won the 2008 game, already clinched the SEC Western Division and were 27-21 in overtime. on a 10-game winning streak, were beaten by LSU in

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Little Rock. In 2007, Arkansas stunned top-ranked LSU while literally running down the hill into Tige stadium, in triple overtime, giving them their first win in Baton Stadium. Rouge since 1993, and again defended the Golden Boot White Jerseys — LSU is notable as one of the few trophy with a last minute touchdown drive in 2008. college football teams that wears white jerseys for home games as opposed to their darker jerseys (in their case, purple). Most other NCAA football teams wear their darker jerseys in home games, even though football is one of the few college sports that do not re quire a specific jersey type for each respective team (for instance, college basketball requires home teams to wear white or light-colored jerseys while the away team wears their darker jerseys), and is similar to the NFL in letting the home team decide what to wear. Th tradition started in 1958, when Coach Paul Dietzel de cided that LSU would wear white jerseys for the home games. LSU went on to win the national championship that year. Since then, LSU continued to wear white je seys at home games. Then in 1982, new NCAA rules prohibited teams from wearing white jerseys at home Because of this, LSU wore purple jerseys during home games from 1983 to 1994. In 1995, LSU’s new coach, Gerry DiNardo, was determined to restore LSU’s trad An LSU cheerleader cheers on the team during ation of white home jerseys. DiNardo personally met game against South Carolina in 2007. Cheerleaders are a each member of the NCAA Football Rules Comm with part of the pageantry of college football. tee, lobbying LSU’s case. DiNardo was successful, and LSU again began wearing white jerseys at home when Geaux Tigers — A common cheer for all LSU athletics, the 1995 season began. In LSU’s first home game wit Geaux Tigers, pronounced "Go Tigers", is derived from the white jerseys, unranked LSU prevailed in a 12-6 a common ending in French Cajun names, -eaux. Acupset victory over #6 Auburn. In 2000, LSU’s new knowledging the state’s French heritage, it is common coach, Nick Saban, altered the tradition of the white for fans to issue LSU newcomers an endearing home jerseys: now LSU only wears white jerseys for “French” name. Intended to be more humorous than the home opener and for home games against SEC op grammatically correct, coaches are especially targeted. ponents. For non-SEC home games other than the Gerry DiNardo became “Dinardeaux”, Nick Saban behome opener, LSU wears purple jerseys at home. came “Nick C’est Bon”. The rule allowing LSU to wear white at home has Tailgating — Throngs of Tiger fans from across the one stipulation: the visiting team must agree. On two region descend on LSU’s campus for every home game, occasions, LSU was forced to wear colored jerseys at setting up motor homes and tents for Louisiana’s home. The first time was in 1996 against Vanderbilt, biggest party other than Mardi Gras. who was still angry at LSU for hiring Gerry DiNardo, The LSU Band’s Pregame Show — The LSU who left Vanderbilt to become LSU’s head coach after pregame show was created in 1964, and revised over the 1994 season. LSU wore gold jerseys for that game the next nine years into its current format. The march(a 35-0 LSU victory), and fans were encouraged to ing band lines up along the end zone shortly before wear white in an effort to "white out" the Commodore kick off. Then the band strikes up a drum cadence and The second time was in 2004, when Oregon State did begins to spread out evenly across the field. When the want not to suffer in its black jerseys in the humid front of the band reaches the center of the field, the weather of Louisiana in late summer. band stops and begins to play an arrangement of Chinese Bandits – Whenever LSU forces a "Pregame" (Hold that Tiger). While it does this, the turnover or gets the ball back via a defensive stop, the band turns to salute the fans in all four corners of the LSU band plays the Chinese Bandits tune. Tiger fans stadium. Then the band, resuming its march across the bow to the defense while the tune is played. The term field, begins playing "Touchdown for LSU." At this "Chinese Bandits" originated as the nickname that LS point, the LSU crowd chants "L-S-U, L-S-U, L-S-U..." Coach Paul Dietzel gave to the defensive unit he orga The band also plays "Pregame" before it enters the ized in 1958, which helped LSU to win its first nationa championship. The next season, the 1959 Chinese

Traditions

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Player Doc Fenton Abe "Miracle" Mickal Gaynell "Gus" Tinsley Ken Kavanaugh Tommy Casanova Billy Cannon Coach Dana Bible Michael "Iron Mike" Donahue Lawrence "Biff" Jones Bernie Moore Charlie "Cholly Mac" McClendon Position QB & E RB E E CB HB Years 1904-1909 1933-1935 1934-1936 1937-1939 1969-1971 1957-1959 Years 1916 1923-1927 1932-1934 1935-1947 1962-1979

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Induction 1979 1967 1956 1963 1995 2008 Induction 1951 1951 1954 1954 1986

Bandit defense held their opponents to an average of only 143.2 yards per game. No LSU defense since has done better. The Geaux to Hell Ole Miss — When LSU is playing following LSU players and coaches are members the College Football Hall of Fame. their rival, Ole Miss, LSU fans shout "Geaux to Hell Ole Miss. Geaux to hell" frequently, and signs with the Players same saying can be seen throughout the stadium. Ole Miss fans typically respond with "Go to hell, LSU!" Coaches Hot boudin - LSU’s famous cheer before games and during about famous food in Louisiana. It goes " Hot boudin, cold cous-cous, come on tigers, push push push." H style goal posts — LSU’s Tiger Stadium uniquely Players Coaches sports "H" style goal posts, as opposed to the more modern "Y" style used by most other schools today. • • This "H" style allows the team to run through the goalBilly Cannon - 1959 Paul Dietzel - 1959 post in the north endzone when entering the field. • Nick Saban - 2003 Yard lines — Tiger Stadium also is notable for putting all yard line numbers on the field, not just those Tommy Casanova 1969 to 1971 that are multiples of 10. However, the 10-yard-line • numbers are the only numbers that get directional arrows, as the rules make no provision for 5-yard-line Ben Wilkerson - 2004 numbers. • Tiger Bait - LSU fans will yell "Tiger Bait, Tiger Bait" at visiting fans who wear their team colors. Rudy Niswanger First Down cheer - When the Tigers earn a first 2005 down, the Golden Band from Tigerland plays the • "Geaux Tigers" cheer. The band also has a specific cheer for second and third downs. Josh Reed - 2001 Home of the "Tigers!" - When the Golden Band • From Tigerland plays the National Anthem during the Pre-game show, instead of singing "Brave", at the endRudy Niswanger of the song LSU fans shout "TIGERS!"..."and the home 2005 of the TIGERS!" •

Hall of Famers

Individual Award Winners

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Year 1958 1959 1962 1972 1977 1978 2007 Player Billy Cannon Billy Cannon Jerry Stovall Bert Jones Charles Alexander Charles Alexander Glenn Dorsey Glenn Dorsey - 2007 • Glenn Dorsey - 2007 • Glenn Dorsey - 2007 • Glenn Dorsey - 2007 Place 3rd 1st 2nd 4th 9th 5th 9th

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Votes 975 1,929 618 351 54 282 30

External links

• LSUSports.com, official sports site of LSU • LSUFansite.com LSU News, Blogs, Links and More

Heisman Trophy Voting History

LSU All-Americans Head coaches Poll History
Associated Press Poll History The AP Poll began in 1936. Coaches Poll History The Coaches’ Poll began in 1950.

See also
• LSU Tigers • Louisiana State University • Bengal Punch

References
[1] NCAA.org Past Division I-A Football National Champions [2] "Top 20 Games To Watch In 2007", SI.com, http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/multimedia/ photo_gallery/0708/top.cfb.games.watch/ content.8.html, retrieved on 30 September 2007.

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Name Nacho Albergamo Charles Alexander Mike Anderson George Bevan Michael Brooks Position Years at LSU C RB LB LB LB 1985 1970; 1971 All-America AP 1987 WCFF 1987 AFCA 1987

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FWAA 1987

TSN 1987

1977; 1978 1977; 1978 1977; 1978 1977; 1978 1970; 1971 1970; 1971 1969 1969

Billy Cannon RB Warren Capone Tommy Casanova Wendell Davis Glenn Dorsey LB DB WR DT

1957-1959 1958; 1959 1958; 1959 1958; 1959 1958; 1959 1958; 1959 1972; 1973 1972; 1973 1969; 1969; 1969; 1969; 1970; 1971 1970; 1971 1970; 1971 1970; 1971 1986; 1987 1986; 1987 1986; 1987 2004-2007 2006, 2007 2007 2006, 2007 2007 1971 1997 1995-1998 1996 1954 1964-1967 1954 1954 1967 2002 1972 1939 1997 1973 1997 1973 1996 2003-2006 2006 2003 2003 1998 1998 2006 2003 2003 1997 1997 2002 1972 1954 1958 1997 1997 1997 2007

Ronnie Estay DT Alan Faneca OL Kevin Faulk Sid Fournet Max Fugler John Garlington Bert Jones Ken Kavanaugh RB T C E

Bradie James LB QB E

Chad Kessler P Tyler Lafauci G David LaFleur LaRon Landry Chad Lavalais Todd McClure Anthony McFarland TE S DT C DT

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Fred Miller Stephen Peterman Josh Reed T G WR 2000-2003 1998-2001 2001 2001 1984 2004 2004-2007 2007 1962 1962 1962 2004 2004

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1962 2003 2001 2001 1965

George Rice T Lance Smith OL Marcus Spears Craig Steltz Jim Taylor Gaynell Tinsley Corey Webster Ben Wilkerson Mike Williams DE S RB E CB C DB 1961 1961 1935; 1936 1935; 1936 2003; 2004 2004 1974 1961 1961

Jerry Stovall RB

1962 1957

1962

2004 2004 1974 1961

Roy Winston G

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Coach Dr Charles Coates Albert Simmons Allen Jeardeau Edmond Chavanne John P. Gregg W. S. Boreland Dan A. Killian Edgar Wingard John W. Mayhew Joe Pritchard Pat Dwyer E. T. McDonald Dana Bible Irving Pray Wayne Sutton Branch Bocock Mike Donahue Russ Cohen Biff Jones Bernie Moore Gus Tinsley Paul Dietzel Charles McClendon Bo Rein Jerry Stovall Bill Arnsparger Mike Archer Curley Hallman Gerry DiNardo Hal Hunter Nick Saban Les Miles Totals Alma Mater Johns Hopkins Yale Harvard LSU Wisconsin Allegheny Michigan Susquehanna Vanderbilt Brown Penn Colgate Carson-Newman MIT Georgetown Yale Vanderbilt Army Carson-Newman LSU Kentucky Ohio State LSU Miami Texas A&M Notre Dame Northwestern Kent State Michigan First Last 1893 1894 1896 1898 1899 1901 1904 1907 1909 1909 1911 1914 1916 1916 1920 1923 1928 1932 1935 1948 1962 1980 1980 1987 1991 1995 1999 2000 1893 1895 1897 1900 1899 1903 1906 1908 1910 1909 1913 1916 1916 1922 1917 1921 1927 1931 1934 1947 1954 1961 1979 1980 1983 1986 1990 1994 1999 1999 2004

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Years Games Win Loss Tie Pct. 1 2 2 2 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 3 1 3 1 2 5 4 3 13 7 7 18 1 4 3 4 4 5 1 5 4+ 112 1 6 8 5 6 22 16 20 9 5 25 22 3 20 8 17 45 37 31 128 75 73 203 0 45 36 46 44 58 1 64 53 1132 0 5 7 3 2 15 8 17 3 4 16 14 1 11 3 11 23 23 20 83 35 46 137 0 22 26 27 16 33 1 48 42 1 1 1 2 4 7 6 3 6 1 7 7 0 9 5 4 19 13 5 39 34 24 59 0 21 8 18 28 24 0 16 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 2 3 1 6 6 6 3 7 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0.000 0.833 0.875 0.600 0.333 0.682 0.562 .850 0.333 0.800 0.680 0.659 0.667 0.550 0.375 0.706 0.544 0.635 0.742 0.672 0.507 0.651 0.692 n/a 0.511 0.750 0.598 0.364 0.578 1.000 0.750 0.792

Washington State 1917

Miami University 1955

Miami University 1984

2005 Present 1893 Present

702 383 47 0.641

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Longest Tenure Rank 1 2 3t 3t 5t 5t 5t Name Charles McClendon Bernie Moore Gaynell Tinsley Paul Dietzel Mike Donahue Gerry DiNardo Nick Saban Most Wins Rank 1 2 3 4 5 Name Charles McClendon Bernie Moore Nick Saban Paul Dietzel Les Miles Best Winning Percentage Rank 1 2t 2t 4 5 Name Les Miles Nick Saban Bill Arnsparger Biff Jones Charles McClendon Most Bowl Appearances Rank 1 2t 2t 3 4t 4t 4t Name Charles McClendon Nick Saban Bernie Moore Les Miles Gerry DiNardo Paul Dietzel Bill Arnsparger Most Bowl Wins Rank 1 2 3t 3t 4 Name Charles McClendon Les Miles Nick Saban Gerry DiNardo Paul Dietzel

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Seasons 18 13 7 7 5 5 5

Wins 137 83 48 46 42

Pct. .792 .750 .750 .741 .692

Bowls 13 5 5 4 3 3 3

Bowl Wins 7 4 3 3 2

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Year 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 12 9 11 16 9 18 8 5 5 1 NR AP Pre-Season Ranking 13 6 NR

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AP Final Ranking 2 8 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 15 8 NR NR 9 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 1 3 NR 4 7 NR 7 8 NR NR 19 10 7 11 11 13 NR

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1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 NR = Not Ranked NR 14 14 14 4 5 8 2 7 19 10 9 12 NR 13 15 6 18 7 13

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NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 11 NR 15 20 10 5 19 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 12 13 NR NR 22 7 NR 2 16 6 3 1 NR

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Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 Coaches Pre-Season Ranking

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Coaches Final Ranking NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 1 3 NR 3 8 NR 7 14 NR NR NR 7 6 10 10 14 NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 11 NR 16 20 11 5 NR

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1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 NR = Not Ranked 13 15 3 6 9 2 6

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NR NR NR NR NR NR 25 13 13 NR NR NR 8 NR 1 16 5 3 1 NR

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