The LSU Fighting Tiger football team of 2003 -- that won the BCS title and LSU's first national championship since 1958 -- will be honored at tomorrow's game in Death Valley.
Skyler Green, LSU's return specialist in 2003 and a wide receiver, remembers that season well, especially the Sugar Bowl, which ended up being basically a home game for them.
"Our fans really came and packed the place and we came ready to play," Green reminisced. "It was right there, you know, it took'em an hour to get here."
LSU upset the Oklahoma Sooners 21-14 for the championship.
Green also remembers how that 2003 squad rallied the season after a 19-7 loss to Florida to claw their way to a number two ranking and a shot at the title.
"Man, we had a great football team. It was a special team," he said. "Guys played for one another, guys played hard together, and we all had one focus in mind, and that was to win a championship."
But can the 2013 Tigers do the same? These fans in New Orleans this morning aren't convinced.
"I don't think they're defense is good enough for them to win a title," one Tiger fan told us.
"They're not consistent," another fan said, but was quick to add "they're a good team. I'm behind'em."
But some think even with the loss to Georgia last month, and maybe even another later in the season, that LSU can overcome and end the year on top.
"It's happened before. A lot of teams have competed for the national championship with one loss, even two," another fan told us. In fact, LSU is the only two-loss team ever to win the BCS title game. That happened in 2007.