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Members of LSU's 2007 National Championship team along with former head coach Les Miles will return to Tiger Stadium this Saturday and will be honored on the field at halftime for the 10-year anniversary of the team. Per LSUSports.net:
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It’s been 10 years since quarterback Matt Flynn and defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey, the most decorated player in school history with four national awards to his credit, helped guide the Tigers on a magical run that ended with a 38-24 win over Ohio State in the BCS National Championship Game at the Superdome in New Orleans.

Flynn, Dorsey and the three other team captains from that season – running back Jacob Hester, safety Craig Steltz, and punter Patrick Fisher – will all be in Tiger Stadium for the halftime ceremony on Saturday when each player will be recognized on the field.

“This was always my dream,” Dorsey said. “To grow up an LSU fan and then to come to school here and be part of a national title, it was a dream come true. I really am speechless and have a hard time expressing in words what my time at LSU meant to me. It’s really some of the best times of my life.” Read more.

The following is a list of players that are expected to be in Tiger Stadium on Saturday:
Charles Alexander (DT)
Rahim Alem (DL)
Matt Allen (OL)
Ryan Anders (PK)
Caleb Angelle (PK)
Will Arnold (OL)
Darry Beckwith (LB)
Will Blackwell (OL)
Jeremy Bunting (WR)
Donnie Chaucer (DB)
Mit Cole (TE)
Jacob Cutrera (LB)
Joey Crappell (SNP)
Andrew Crutchfield (PK)
Brady Dalfrey (P)
Colt Davis (PK)
Andrew Decker (OL)
Richard Dickson (TE)
Ricky Dixon (WR)
Early Doucet (WR)
Glenn Dorsey (DT)
Richard Dugas (C)
Josh Dworaczyk (OL)
Jai Eugene (DB)
Marlon Favorite (DT)
Patrick Fisher (P)
Matt Flynn (QB)
Ace Foyil (LB)
Stefoin Francois (LB)
Sean Gaudet (PK)
Daniel Graff (DB)
Josh Graham (DB)
Orlando Gunn (DB)
Donald Hains (DL)
Andrew Hatch (QB)
T-Bob Hebert (OL)
Trent Hebert (PK)
Brett Helms (OL)
Trey Helms (OL)
Jacob Hester (RB)
Lyle Hitt (OL)
Trindon Holliday (RB/RS)
Tyson Jackson (DE)
Josh Jasper (PK)
Herman Johnson (OL)
Quinn Johnson (FB)
Tremaine Johnson (DL)
Chad Jones (DB)
Mitch Joseph (TE)
Brandon LaFell (WR)
Pep Levingston (DE)
Cole Louviere (OL)
Joe Maltempi (DB)
Josh McManus (WR)
Ryan Miller (OL)
Chris Mitchell (WR)
Chad Moody (DB)
Richard Murphy (RB)
Ryan Perrilloux (QB)
Kirston Pittman (DE)
Stevan Ridley (RB)
Luke Sanders (LB)
Charles Scott (RB)
Robert Smith (OL)
Mark Snyder (OL)
Craig Steltz (S)
Curtis Taylor (S)
Terrance Toliver (WR)
Jimmy Welker (QB)
Keith Zinger (TE)
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Les was more a coach than his fan base was helpful in recruiting except for recruiting for god sabin and ans his his back up sec manage ment !
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I swear that team gave me at least 2 dozen heart attacks that year.
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Wow! Imagine if we could suit up a few of those o- line and d-linemen from that team! Awesome!
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10 years......
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Ryan Perrilloux (QB) Interesting.
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Why wouldn't he be there? He was an integral part of that team and the MVP of the SEC Championship game
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That team had balls.
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Colt Davis (PK) Almost, Larry
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Cool guy Colt Davis, meet him at a tailgate before the 2010 cotton bowl and he couldn't have been nicer. Even let me try on his 07 championship ring for a while, which I cant say I would let some guy I just meet do the same.
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Colt David*
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