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Old 12-03-2018, 07:15 AM   #1
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Coach Geezy in the Big Easy Part III: Legacy | From Bourbon St. to the Bayou




Prologue

The year is 2027.

After leading Tulane for a long and mostly successful 17-year period, veteran head coach D. Geezy saw his time in New Orleans come to an abrupt end following a strong yet ultimately disappointing 10-4 campaign in 2026, a season that included a heartbreaking 38-24 defeat at the hands of Florida in the SEC Championship Game, a loss that reportedly may have directly cost him his job.

After building Tulane's abysmal football program into a SEC juggernaut, legendary head coach D. Geezy will now march to Baton Rouge in hopes of bringing LSU's program back to championship glory while also hoping to restore the Tigers as Louisiana's team.


During his time in New Orleans, aside from successfully getting Tulane back into the SEC in 2014 following a 48-year hiatus, Geezy guided the Green Wave to two national championships in 2016 and 2018, along with six SEC championships over the span of seven seasons from 2015 to 2021. However, following that amazing run that was without a doubt the Golden Age of Tulane football, Geezy's squad failed to win another title of any sort over the course of the next five seasons, ultimately leading to a contract impasse and his subsequent departure.

Meanwhile, approximately 80 miles down I-10 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, LSU watched its in-state rival Tulane from afar in envy as Geezy guided the Wave to multiple titles while also knocking off the Tigers each of the past 10 times the two schools have met in their annual "Battle for the Rag" rivalry game, firmly establishing the Green Wave as Louisiana's premiere college football team in sudden, stunning fashion.

Since winning the 2007 BCS National Championship exactly 20 seasons ago, the Tigers' football program has become stuck in a spell of mediocrity, finishing with one average season after another while failing to win the Southeastern Conference even one time over the past two decades. Furthermore, the team has also failed to achieve double-digit wins for six consecutive seasons and counting and has inexplicably finished unranked each of the past four years. Now, after successfully pilfering the now-legendary coach Geezy from their in-state rivals with a mega-contract offer he could not refuse, the Tigers hope to get their football program back to prominence.

Feeling shunned by the program that he built from the ground up, Geezy will now look to help reestablish LSU's rightful place as the king of Louisiana college football, while also hoping to get back to his own championship-winning ways and create a long-lasting image of himself as one of the all-time greats of college football coaching.

This is a story about redemption...this is a story about LEGACY.



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Table of Contents



Coach Geezy in the Big Easy: Our City, Our Team | The Tulane Green Wave (Part I Archive)

Coach Geezy in the Big Easy: Our City, Our Team | Part II - The Golden Age of Tulane

LSU, Coach Geezy agree to terms on 3-year, $43.5 million contract

Former Tulane quarterback Anthony High named LSU's offensive coordinator

Geezy hires former Tulane defensive coordinator Charles Kelly to run Tigers' defense

2027 National Signing Day

Start of 2027 Season

2027 Battle for the Rag: #18 Tulane spoils Geezy's homecoming, crushes LSU 49-21

LSU stuns #7 Florida 29-28 at rainy Baton Rouge with last second field goal

Gutsy two-point conversion call gives #23 LSU 51-50 win over Kentucky at Lexington

4-star Texas LB Derek Kerr, LSU's top recruiting target, commits

#13 LSU falls to #1 Alabama 43-35 at Tuscaloosa in a battle for first place in the SEC West

2027 Battle for the Golden Boot: Unranked Arkansas stuns #15 LSU 30-20 in Baton Rouge

2027 Gator Bowl: LSU dominated by Wisconsin 51-38 in New Year's Day stunner

2027 National Bowl Game Review: Texas defeats Michigan 42-9 in BCS National Championship Game in New Orleans

2028 Off-Season

LSU offensive coordinator Anthony High bolts after one season to become head coach at rival Auburn

Geezy hires former Tulane QB Bryce Allen as LSU's new offensive coordinator

Tigers hire former Heisman Trophy winning RB Reggie Moore as a coaching intern

Start of 2028 Season

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Note - Table of Contents will be updated at the conclusion of each season.

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Dynasty Rules & Settings



Mission Statement



Many of you will be happy to know that I am not going to let this Part III mission statement be nearly as long-winded as the one I penned back in July of 2015. The situation here is simple - We are heading into year 18 of a dynasty I started years ago and, after 17 seasons with Tulane, I will be taking my talents to LSU after the Green Wave elected not to offer my user-coach, Coach Geezy, a contract extension following the 2026 season.

For those of you that don't know the full background - I started this dynasty report project all the way back in July of 2010 on a now-defunct website called Digital Sports Scene. After playing 9 full seasons over the course of a calendar year (Part I), I took about a four year break from this story before coming back with Part II in July of 2015 here at Operation Sports.

When I first began the Part II project, the intent was for it to last about 3 to 4 seasons, played over the course of a calendar year. Little did I know that after 8 seasons and about 3 1/2 years of real-time, I'd still be playing this dynasty to this day. I truly felt that with Tulane, I could have played this dynasty for at least another 3 or 4 seasons, maybe even more; however in a heartbreaker, that dream was cut short when Coach Geezy's contract expired at the end of year 17 and he was not offered an extension. As the saying goes "All good things must come to an end," but the hope is that this forced school change brings new energy to this project and we end up seeing this thing go even deeper into the future than anticipated.

So here we are, set to start the latest and final chapter of this trilogy saga, with the main setting just a few miles down the road from New Orleans in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. For those of you that have been following since the beginning, the hope is that you will find this last chapter as rewarding as the first two, and events from the past will certainly play a role in the upcoming future.

Our story will begin at the start of the 2027 off-season, with both coach Geezy and the LSU football program looking to restore their past glory. There will be plenty of familiarity for readers, with this dynasty continuing in the SEC. There will be one particular familiar foe for Coach Geezy at the top of the conference that his team is trying to catch - Alabama, along with a whole new SEC West nemisis he will now need to try to figure out how to navigate past - Tulane.

I plan for this to last at least 4 or 5 seasons, but as I learned on my previous project, there is no use in placing any firm timelines on myself. I will just take it one season at a time and see where this story brings us.

So with all that said, welcome to Coach Geezy in the Big Easy Part III: Legacy, and I once again hope you enjoy the ride!



Settings

Video Game: EA Sports' NCAA Football '11

Gaming Console: Xbox 360

Gameplay Difficulty Level: Heisman

Recruiting Difficulty Level: Heisman

Quarter Length: 9 minutes

Gameplay Speed: Normal

Gameplay Sliders: CPU RB Ability turned up to 80, CPU Pass Coverage turned up to 80, CPU Run Defense turned up to 80, CPU FG Accuracy turned up to 80, CPU Kickoff Power turned up to 55, and all remaining CPU sliders turned up to 60 | User FG Accuracy turned down to 20 | All remaining User and CPU sliders set to default

Rosters: This dynasty began with using OperationSports.com's Community Rosters, released on July 15th, 2010, with minor corrections to Tulane's original 2010 roster. However, with this dynasty now heading into season 18, all players are now fictional, game-generated characters.

Penalty Sliders: Offsides turned down to 30, False Start turned down to 45, Holding turned up to 55, Facemask turned down to 30, Roughing the Passer turned down to 25, and Roughing the Kicker turned down to 25. Everything else is set to default.

Tuner Sets: Tuner set 1 downloaded just prior to the start of 2011 season.


All LSU games will be played; No simming is allowed


Gameplay Strategy/Rules

Offensive Playbook: Texas A&M (2027), Ole Miss (2028-present)

Defensive Playbook: 4-2-5 (2027-present)

- An effort must be made to utilize my entire playbook offensively.

- DE & DT Sub-Out set to 70, QB Sub-Out set to 0, OL Sub-Out set to 0, OL Sub-In set to 60, WR Sub-In set to 75, CB Sub-In set to 75, S Sub-In set to 75. Everything else is set to default (60 Sub Out and 80 Sub In).

- Any non-quarterback that sustains a minor injury must sit out the amount of time the game determines they must take before becoming 100% healed. Only in the fourth quarter can I choose to play an injured, non-QB player.

- Like the CPU, the "conservative" game plan can only be used in the final 3 minutes of the game. This rule also includes draining the play-clock down to :01 before snapping the ball, unless the game is well out of hand and in the fourth quarter (25+ point lead) or when nursing the ball before halftime.

- Only kickers can be used at the PK position and only punters can be used at the P position. Either the kicker or punter may play at the KOS position.

- I may not "free roam" with a defensive player pre-snap. I must line up where the CPU aligns me (or brings me to) and stay there until the ball is snapped unless the player is a blitzer.

- If the CPU attempts an absurdly long field goal, I.E. from 55+ yards away, I must pick the play "FG Return" on defense, catch the ball, and bring it out to the 20-yard line and step out of bounds. I may only use a true field goal return at the end of a half or end of the game (field goal attempt with less than :20 to go in either half).

- On defense, I must play with any defensive lineman for 1 quarter, any linebacker for 1 quarter, any defensive back for 1 quarter, and then any defensive player for 1 quarter. It is completely my discretion each game as to who I will use and when.


Recruiting Rules

This game has demonstrated a more than acceptable amount of a challenge in this area, so I will not place any rules or restrictions on myself. I will continue to rely solely on the game's Heisman recruiting difficulty level to prohibit me from building my team in an unrealistic fashion. With that said, I will make every effort to recruit in a realistic fashion for a school of LSU's current prestige level at all times.


Players Leaving

- No player will be stopped from leaving LSU early.

- No players can be cut.


Transfer Requests

- Any and all transfer requests will be accepted whether it is a player leaving or a player wanting to transfer to LSU.


Scheduling Rules

- There is an existing real life football contract between LSU and Oklahoma St. The Tigers will travel to Norman in 2027 and the Sooners will come to Baton Rouge in 2028.

- There is an existing real life football contract between LSU and Arizona St. The Tigers will host the Sun Devils in Baton Rouge in 2029, and will travel to Tempe in 2030.

- Other than the two pre-existing contracts above, there will be no restrictions, however the goal will be to keep things as realistic as possible, but also challenging.


Banned "Money Plays"

- Shotgun: Tight, HB Wheel

- Shotgun: Empty H Wide, HB Go

- Shotgun: Trey Open, Double Post


Dynasty Rules & Game Settings Amendment Log

- I allowed myself to release any player that was recruited in year 1 of the original dynasty due to the issue of low-rated recruits pre-tuner set 1.

- Increased Quarter Length from 8 minutes to 9 minutes in week 6 of Year 3 (2012 season) in an effort to increase the total number of plays per game

- Increased CPU Run Defense to 60 at the start of Year 7 (2016 season)

- CPU RB Ability turned up to 75, CPU Pass Coverage turned up to 75, CPU run defense turned up to 75, CPU FG Accuracy turned up to 60 at the start of Year 9 (2018 season)

- User FG Accuracy turned down to 25 at Game 2, Year 9 (2018 season)

- CPU RB Ability turned up to 80, CPU Pass Coverage turned up to 80, CPU run defense turned up to 80, CPU FG Accuracy turned up to 75, and all remaining CPU sliders turned up to 60 except for FG Power, Kickoff Power, Punt Power, and Punt Accuracy, which remain at default, at the start of Year 10 (2019 season)

- Only kickers can be used at the PK position and only punters can be used at the P position. Either the kicker or punter may play at the KOS position at the start of Year 10 (2019 season).

- The play call "Shotgun: Tight, HB Wheel" was banned at the start of Year 10 (2019 season).

- The play call "Shotgun: Empty H Wide, HB Go" was banned at the start of Year 10 (2019 season).

- The play call "Shotgun: Trey Open, Double Post" was banned at the start of Year 10 (2019 season).

- I may not "free roam" with a defensive player pre-snap. I must line up where the CPU aligns me (or brings me to) and stay there until the ball is snapped unless the player is a blitzer at the start of Year 13 (2022 season).

- CPU FG Accuracy turned up from 75 to 80. CPU FG Power, Punt Power, and Punt Accuracy turned up from 50 to 60. | User FG Accuracy turned down from 25 to 20 at the start of Year 13 (2022 season)

- False start turned up from 40 to 45, Holding turned down from 60 to 55 at the start of Year 13 (2022 season)

- If the CPU attempts an absurdly long field goal, I.E. from 55+ yards away, I must pick the play "FG Return" on defense, catch the ball, and kneel it in the end zone for a touchback at the start of Year 13 (2022 season).

- After primarily using the FS on virtually every play up to this point, on defense, I must now play with any defensive lineman for 1 quarter, any linebacker for 1 quarter, any defensive back for 1 quarter, and then any defensive player for 1 quarter. It is completely my discretion each game as to who I will use and when (Game 2 of 2022 season).

- CPU Kickoff Power turned up to 55 at the start of Year 18 (2027 season)


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Head Coach D. Geezy's Career Tracker




Head Coach D. Geezy:
Tulane (2010-2026) | LSU (2027-present)

Coach Information (19th Season, 2nd at LSU)

Contract: Year 2 of 3
Career Record w/LSU: 8-5
Career Record w/Tulane: 181-50
Career Total Record: 189-55
Winning Seasons: 17 (16 with Tulane, 1 with LSU)
Longest Win Streak: 5 (23 w/Tulane)
Longest Losing Streak: 1 (4 w/Tulane)
Record vs. Top 25 w/LSU: 2-3 (75-29 w/Tulane)
Record vs. rival Alabama: 0-1
Record vs. rival Auburn: 1-0
Record vs. rival Arkansas: 0-1
Record vs. rival Florida: 1-0
Record vs. rival Tulane: 0-1
Bowl Record w/LSU: 0-1
Bowl Record w/Tulane: 11-5
Total Bowl Record: 11-6
Conference Titles w/LSU: 0
Conference Titles w/Tulane: 8 (2 Conference USA, 6 SEC)
Total Conference Titles: 8 (2 Conference USA, 6 SEC)
National Titles: 2 (both with Tulane)




Southeastern Conference Game Results






Code:
                 

Opponent           2027       2028       2029       2030       2031   
Alabama          AL 35-43 |
Arkansas         HL 20-30 |
Auburn           HW 49-14 |
Florida          HW 29-28 |
Georgia            DNP    |
Kentucky         AW 51-50 |
Ole Miss         AW 52-21 |
South Carolina   HW 19-14 |
Tennessee          DNP    |
Tulane           AL 21-49 |
Vanderbilt         DNP    |

Key:

H - home game
A - away game
N - neutral site game
W - win
L - loss
DNP - did not play
* - SEC Championship Game




Coach Geezy's Greatest Games



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1. 2021 Season: Tulane 37 West Virginia 34 F/OT | Greatest Games Score: 4,036
2. 2021 Season: Alabama 42 Tulane 45 F/3OT | Greatest Games Score: 2,369
3. 2010 Season: Rice 40 Tulane 43 | Greatest Games Score: 2,340
4. 2027 Season: LSU 51 Kentucky 50 | Greatest Games Score: 1,781
5. 2013 Season: Georgia Tech 39 Tulane 34 | Greatest Games Score: 1,768
6. 2016 Season: Tulane 29 Penn State 26 | Greatest Games Score: 1,499
7. 2012 Season: Tulane 24 Ole Miss 20 | Greatest Games Score: 1,358
8. 2026 Season: Kentucky 52 Tulane 55 F/2OT | Greatest Games Score: 1,356
t-9. 2014 Season: Florida 28 Tulane 31 | Greatest Games Score: 1,284
t-9. 2012 Season: Kentucky 46 Tulane 52 F/2OT | Greatest Games Score: 1,284
11. 2011 Season: Georgia Tech 20 Tulane 27 | Greatest Games Score: 1,242
12. 2013 Season: Marshall 30 Tulane 27 F/OT | Greatest Games Score: 1,103
13. 2024 Season: Florida 20 Tulane 24 | Greatest Games Score: 1,064
14. 2023 Season: Ole Miss 38 Tulane 42 | Greatest Games Score: 967
15. 2021 Season: Tulane 28 Southern Miss 35 | Greatest Games Score: 937
16. 2010 Season: Southern Miss 42 Tulane 35 F/2OT | Greatest Games Score: 894
17. 2014 Season: Kentucky 42 Tulane 45 | Greatest Games Score: 818
18. 2010 Season: Tulane 32 Marshall 31 | Greatest Games Score: 710
19. 2011 Season: Tulane 14 ECU 10 | Greatest Games Score: 583
20. 2010 Season: SMU 41 Tulane 37 | Greatest Games Score: 573
21. 2010 Season: Tulane 35 Rutgers 38 | Greatest Games Score: 483
22. 2011 Season: Tulsa 28 Tulane 29 | Greatest Games Score: 339
23. 2010 Season: Tulane 24 UTEP 21 | Greatest Games Score: 272






LSU Season-by-Season Analysis/Historical Dynasty Overview

(Note: Coach Geezy took over the LSU football program following the 2026 season)


---- Pre-Geezy Era ----


2010
Overall Record: 5-7
SEC Record: 3-5
SEC Rank: 4th in SEC West Division, 8th overall
Preseason National Rank: 17th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: No Bowl
Team Overall: not documented
Team Offense: not documented
Team Defense: not documented
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 88,812

2011
Overall Record: 5-6
SEC Record: 4-4
SEC Rank: 5th in SEC West Division, 8th overall
Preseason National Rank: Unranked
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: No Bowl
Team Overall: not documented
Team Offense: not documented
Team Defense: not documented
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 92,181

2012
Overall Record: 10-3
SEC Record: 6-2
SEC Rank: 2nd in SEC West Division, 2nd overall
Preseason National Rank: Unranked
Final National Rank: 12th
Bowl Game: Lost to Oklahoma 37-16 in Fiesta Bowl
Team Overall: A-
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: B+
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,125

2013
Overall Record: 8-5
SEC Record: 5-3
SEC Rank: 3rd in SEC West Division, 4th overall
Preseason National Rank: 6th
Final National Rank: 22nd
Bowl Game: Defeated Missouri 54-7 in Cotton Bowl
Team Overall: not documented
Team Offense: not documented
Team Defense: not documented
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,725

2014
Overall Record: 9-3
SEC Record: 6-2
SEC Rank: 2nd in SEC West Division, 3rd overall
Preseason National Rank: 14th
Final National Rank: 10th
Bowl Game: Defeated Wisconsin 21-10 in Capital One Bowl
Team Overall: B+
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: B+
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,457

2015
Overall Record: 8-5
SEC Record: 6-2
SEC Rank: 2nd in SEC West Division, 2nd overall
Preseason National Rank: 4th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Lost to Ohio St. 42-39 (OT) in Capital One Bowl
Team Overall: B+
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: B+
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,603

2016
Overall Record: 9-4
SEC Record: 6-2
SEC Rank: 2nd in SEC West Division, 3rd overall
Preseason National Rank: 14th
Final National Rank: 17th
Bowl Game: Lost to Nebraska 27-0 in Cotton Bowl
Team Overall: A-
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: B+
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,654

2017
Overall Record: 6-7
SEC Record: 2-6
SEC Rank: 5th in SEC West Division, 10th overall
Preseason National Rank: 10th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Lost to Virginia Tech 31-20 in Champs Sports Bowl
Team Overall: A-
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: A-
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 95,398

2018
Overall Record: 9-4
SEC Record: 5-3
SEC Rank: 3rd in SEC West Division, 4th overall
Preseason National Rank: Unranked
Final National Rank: 10th
Bowl Game: Defeated Nebraska 23-15 in Cotton Bowl
Team Overall: B+
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,861

2019
Overall Record: 7-6
SEC Record: 4-4
SEC Rank: 3rd in SEC West Division, 6th overall
Preseason National Rank: 7th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Lost 27-10 to Miami in Chick-fil-A Bowl
Team Overall: A-
Team Offense: A+
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,521

2020
Overall Record: 10-3
SEC Record: 5-3
SEC Rank: 4th in SEC West Division, 5th overall
Preseason National Rank: 25th
Final National Rank: 18th
Bowl Game: Defeated Miami 26-14 in Chick-fil-A Bowl
Team Overall: B+
Team Offense: A-
Team Defense: B+
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,647

2021
Overall Record: 7-6
SEC Record: 3-5
SEC Rank: 5th in SEC West Division, 8th overall
Preseason National Rank: 12th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Lost 42-21 to Duke in Music City Bowl
Team Overall: B
Team Offense: B
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 95,379

2022
Overall Record: 9-4
SEC Record: 4-4
SEC Rank: 4th in SEC West Division, 7th overall
Preseason National Rank: Unranked
Final National Rank: 24th
Bowl Game: Defeated Ohio St. 29-26 in Gator Bowl
Team Overall: B-
Team Offense: B
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 95,828

2023
Overall Record: 8-5
SEC Record: 4-4
SEC Rank: 4th in SEC West Division, 5th overall
Preseason National Rank: 17th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Lost 44-17 to Wisconsin in Outback Bowl
Team Overall: B-
Team Offense: B-
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,358

2024
Overall Record: 9-4
SEC Record: 4-4
SEC Rank: 4th in SEC West Division, 6th overall
Preseason National Rank: Unranked
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Defeated Northwestern 39-14 in Gator Bowl
Team Overall: B-
Team Offense: B-
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,379

2025
Overall Record: 8-5
SEC Record: 4-4
SEC Rank: 4th in SEC West Division, 6th overall
Preseason National Rank: 21st
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Defeated Ohio St. 30-28 in Gator Bowl
Team Overall: B-
Team Offense:C+
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,614

2026
Overall Record: 8-5
SEC Record: 3-5
SEC Rank: 5th in SEC West Division, 8th overall
Preseason National Rank: 25th
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Defeated Arkansas St. 32-7 in Music City Bowl
Team Overall: B-
Team Offense: B-
Team Defense: B
Special Teams: not documented
Average Attendance: 96,805


---- Geezy hired in 2027 ----


2027
Overall Record: 8-5
SEC Record: 5-3
SEC Rank: 3rd in SEC West Division, 6th overall
Preseason National Rank: 23rd
Final National Rank: Unranked
Bowl Game: Lost to Wisconsin 51-38 in Gator Bowl
Team Overall: C+
Team Offense: B-
Team Defense: C+
Special Teams: B-
Average Attendance: 96,578

2028
Overall Record:
SEC Record:
SEC Rank:
Preseason National Rank: Unranked
Final National Rank:
Bowl Game:
Team Overall: B-
Team Offense: B
Team Defense: B-
Special Teams: C+
Average Attendance:





Season-by-Season Analysis: School Information

(Note: Coach Geezy took over the LSU football program following the 2026 season)


---- Pre-Geezy Era ----


2010
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A+
Athletic Facilities: A+
Fan Base: A+
Pro Potential: A+
Program Stability: A
Program Tradition: A+
Television Exposure: A

2011
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: A
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A+
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A+
Television Exposure: B+

2012
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: A
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A+
Television Exposure: B

2013
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: A+
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A+
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A+
Television Exposure: B+

2014
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: A+
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A+
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A
Television Exposure: A

2015
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A+
Athletic Facilities: A+
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A+
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A
Television Exposure: B+

2016
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: B
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A+
Athletic Facilities: A+
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B
Program Tradition: A
Television Exposure: B+

2017
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A+
Athletic Facilities: A
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A
Television Exposure: B+

2018
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B+
Fan Base: B+
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B
Program Tradition: A
Television Exposure: B

2019
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B+
Fan Base: B+
Pro Potential: A+
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A+
Television Exposure: B+

2020
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B+
Fan Base: B+
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B
Program Tradition: A+
Television Exposure: B+

2021
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B+
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: A
Television Exposure: B+

2022
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: B+
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B+

2023
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: A
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: A
Program Stability: B+
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B+

2024
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B+
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: B+
Program Stability: B
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B+

2025
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: B+
Program Stability: B
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B

2026
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: A
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: B+
Program Stability: B
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B


---- Geezy hired in 2027 ----


2027
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: B+
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: B+
Program Stability: C+
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B+

2028
Program Prestige:
Academic Prestige: C+
Campus Lifestyle: A+
Coach Experience: A+
Coach Prestige: B
Conference Prestige: A+
Championship Contender: B
Athletic Facilities: B
Fan Base: A
Pro Potential: B+
Program Stability: C
Program Tradition: B+
Television Exposure: B+





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Stadium Information





Facts & Figures

Address: West Stadium Road, Baton Rouge, LA
Opened: November 25, 1924
Owner: Tiger Athletic Foundation
Surface: Celebration Bermuda Grass
Construction Cost: $1,816,210.58 ($32 million in 2017 U.S. Dollars)
Original Architect: Wogan and Bernard
Tenants: LSU Tigers (1924-Present), New Orleans Saints (2005: Four games), Tulane Green Wave football (2005: One game), South Carolina Gamecocks football (2015: One game)
Capacity: 102,321


History

Tiger Stadium, popularly known as Death Valley, is an outdoor stadium located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the campus of Louisiana State University. It is the home stadium of the LSU Tigers football team. Prior to 1924, LSU played its home games at State Field, which was located on the old LSU campus in Downtown Baton Rouge.

Tiger Stadium opened with a capacity of 12,000 in 1924. Renovations and expansions have brought the stadium's current capacity to 102,321, making it the third largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), sixth largest stadium in the NCAA, and the seventh largest stadium in the world.



Tiger Stadium is well known nationally for having among the best game day atmospheres in college football as well as being one of the most difficult places for an opposing team to play.

Despite being 142 at Tiger Stadium, famed Alabama head coach Bear Bryant once remarked that "Baton Rouge happens to be the worst place in the world for a visiting team. It's like being inside a drum." In 2001, ESPN sideline reporter Adrian Karsten said, "Death Valley in Baton Rouge is the loudest stadium I've ever been in." In 2002, (Ohio) coach Terry Hoeppner said of Tiger Stadium, "That's as exciting an environment as you can have ... we had communication problems we haven't had at Michigan and Ohio State." In 2003, ESPN's Chris Fowler called LSU his favorite game day experience. In 2009 former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee stated on Sean Hannity's Fox News show that "Unfair is playing LSU on a Saturday night in Baton Rouge."

Survey after survey has concluded that Tiger Stadium is the most difficult place for a visiting team to play, including surveys by the College Football Association in 1987, The Sporting News in 1989, Gannett News Service in 1995, and Sport Magazine in 1998. More recently, in 2007, ESPN named Tiger Stadium "the scariest place to play", saying that "Tiger Stadium is, by far, the loudest stadium in the country."

In 2009, ESPN writer Chris Low listed Tiger Stadium's Saturday night atmosphere as unsurpassed in the country, ranking it No. 1 out of the conference's 12 stadiums. In 2016, Tiger Stadium was again ranked No. 1 out of the conference's stadiums by USA Today writers Laken Litman & Steven Ruiz.

LSU prefers night games in Tiger Stadium with its opponents, but television coverage requires that many contests be played in the afternoons. The university is conflicted between maximizing its potential to win and needed advertising revenues from television coverage. As explained by Chet Hilburn in The Mystique of Tiger Stadium: 25 Greatest Games: The Ascension of LSU Football, "The Tigers are apt to win more games at night in Tiger Stadium but the university takes in much more revenue for a day game televised by CBS because of the Southeastern Conference contract with the network is so lucrative."

In 2008, as Alabama narrowly defeated LSU, Wright Thompson of ESPN.com described Tiger Stadium as "the best place in the world to watch a sporting event."

In 2013, the NCAA ranked Tiger Stadium as the loudest stadium in all of college football.











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2027 Recruiting Class - 12th rated overall




2028 Recruiting Class - 31st rated overall




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2026 Departed Class



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BCS National Champions


2010

Boise State (13-0)


2011

Miami (13-1)


2012

Alabama (13-0)


2013

Oklahoma (14-0)


2014

Ohio State (13-0)


2015

Penn State (13-0)


2016

Tulane (13-1)


2017

USC (13-0)


2018

Tulane (14-0)


2019

Ohio State (13-0)


2020

Florida State (14-0)


2021

Oregon (12-1)


2022

USC (13-0)


2023

Florida (14-0)


2024

Alabama (14-0)


2025

Alabama (14-0)


2026

Notre Dame (13-0)


2027

Texas (13-1)






Heisman Trophy Winners


2010

QB Case Keenum (sr): 297 of 411, 4,336 yards, 50 passing TDs, 3 INTs | 165 car, 549 rushing yards, 6 rushing TDs


2011

QB Kellen Moore (rs-sr): 321 of 444, 4,157 yards, 36 passing TDs, 1 INT | 1 rushing TD


2012

QB Cody Green (sr): 326 of 454, 4,120 yds, 45 tds, 8 ints | 206 car, 569 rushing yds, 4 rushing tds


2013

QB Kenyon Gray (rs-so): 223 of 416, 2,674 yds, 19 tds, 9 ints | 167 car, 601 yds, 9 rush tds


2014

QB Josh Hunter (jr): 329 of 439, 4,219 yds, 42 tds, 5 ints | 121 car, 288 yds, 3 rush tds


2015

QB Michael White (rs-jr): 294 of 411, 3,755 yds, 41 tds, 5 ints (178.8 rating) | 213 car, 699 yds, 8 rush tds


2016

QB Michael White (rs-sr): 333 of 443, 4,477 yds, 46 tds, 8 ints (190.1 rating) | 667 rush yds, 8 rush tds


2017


RB Reggie Moore (sr):
84 car 437 yds 8 tds | 73 rec 802 yds 18 tds | 19 kr 504 yds 1 td


2018

QB Arnold Thomas (rs-sr): 336 of 464, 4,756 yds, 54 tds, 7 ints (193.9 rating) | 121 car 336 yds, 6 rush tds


2019

QB Adam Alexander (rs-jr): 320 of 442, 4,064 yds, 46 tds, 0 ints (184.0 rating) | 151 car, 355 yds, 4 rush tds


2020

QB Kevin Bush (sr): 291 of 383, 4,364 yds, 56 tds, 2 ints | 102 car, 258 yds, 5 rush tds


2021

QB David Fontenot (rs-so): 174 of 323, 2,494 yds, 40 tds, 7 ints | 126 car, 366 yds, 4 rush tds


2022

RB Kevin Estes (sr): 221 car, 1,318 yds, 17 tds | 35 rec, 649 yds, 7 tds | 18 kr, 520 yds | 48 pr, 538 yds


2023

QB David Fontenot (rs-sr): 238 of 319, 3,264 yds, 34 tds, 3 ints | 99 car, 414 yds, 11 rush tds


2024

QB Brad Hill (rs-jr): 259 of 355, 3,446 yds, 37 tds, 3 ints | 104 car, 335 yds, 8 rush tds


2025

QB Michael Patton (sr): 238 of 418, 3,757 yds, 38 tds, 14 ints | 157 car, 652 yds, 7 rush tds


2026

WR Sam Roberts (jr): 134 rec, 1,923 yds, 18 tds | 18 kr, 340 yds | 58 pr, 448 yds


2027

QB Joe Jones (sr): 352 of 466, 4,259 yds, 43 tds, 1 int | 130 car, 605 yds, 7 tds






Southeastern Conference Champions

Note: Tulane moved from Conference USA to the SEC at the end of the 2013 season. Coach Geezy coached Tulane from 2010 through 2026 and took over at LSU in 2027.


2010

Alabama 13-1 (9-0)


2011

Alabama 13-1 (8-1)


2012

Alabama 13-0 (9-0)


2013

Alabama 12-2 (8-1)


2014

Alabama 13-1 (8-1)


2015

Tulane 13-1 (8-1)


2016

Tulane 13-1 (8-1)


2017

Tulane 13-1 (9-0)


2018

Tulane 14-0 (9-0)


2019

Tulane 12-2 (8-1)


2020

South Carolina 10-3 (7-2)


2021

Tulane 12-2 (9-0)


2022

Florida 12-2 (8-1)


2023

Florida 14-0 (9-0)


2024

Alabama 14-0 (9-0)


2025

Alabama 14-0 (9-0)


2026

Florida 11-3 (7-2)


2027

Alabama 13-1 (9-0)




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