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Death Valley is a desert valley located in Eastern California. Situated within the Mojave Desert, it is the lowest and driest area in North America. Death Valley holds the record for the highest
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Death Valley is the most dangerous place for visiting collegiate football teams (and their minions) who dare to enter. It is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. on the L.S.U. campus to be exact and home of the LSU Tigers. Their den and arena: Tiger Stadium aka "Death Valley" holds 92,542 people on a regular day, 92,542 rev-ed-up, roaring and something close to a frenzied mob of ecstatic Tiger fans on game day. LSU has won three national championships, including two in the last decade. LSU won the 2003 BCS National Championship amid controversy, as the USC Trojans were awarded the Associated Press National Championship even though they did not play in the BCS Championship Game. With their win in the 2008 BCS National Championship Game (for the 2007 season) the Tigers became the first two-loss team to compete for and win the national championship, and the first team to ever win two Bowl Championship Series titles.
The LSU Tigers official team nickname is the Fighting Tigers and the school mascot is Mike the Tiger. The official school colors are purple and gold., although in actuality the "gold" color which appears on the university's sports uniforms is canary yellow. LSU's nickname is a throwback to its Confederate heritage and is drawn from the Civil War fame of a New Orleans infantry company, the "Tiger Rifles," who fought so fiercely in General Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia that they, and eventually all other Louisiana troops, became known as "Louisiana Fighting Tigers."
Based on winning percentage, the University's athletics program is consistently one of the best in the nation. - and we're damn proud of that!
So you think your team is good? Then come on -- we'll play!
We'll even PUT THE CAT OUT just for you.
January 17th, 2013
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