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The LSU Tigers football team represents Louisiana State University in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference. LSU, currently coached by Les Miles, has consistently been one of the most successful programs in the nation since it began playing football in 1893. LSU enters the 2012 season with 734 victories, the 11th most in NCAA history, and the 4th most of any SEC team, behind only Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia. LSU also entered the 2012 season with a 0.655 all-time winning percentage, the 12th best in the NCAA, and the 4th best in the SEC. LSU's Tiger Stadium, also known as Death Valley, has a capacity of 92,400, making it the sixth largest sports stadium in the nation and the third largest sports stadium in the SEC. Tiger Stadium has been constantly labeled by opponents as one of the toughest stadiums to play in for an opponent and has become one of college football's best homefield advantages. The intense crowd noise at an LSU-Auburn game once registered on the Richter Scale on campus and is well known as the Earthquake Game. LSU played in the BCS National Championship in 2003, 2007 and 2012, most recently in the Superdome against Alabama. The LSU Tigers and the Florida Gators are the only NCAA college football teams to have won the BCS Championship twice. The 2011 LSU Tigers finished the season 13-0, won the SEC Football Championship, and played in the BCS National Championship Game.


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