It’s a special time for us football fans down here in south Louisiana. Never in our history have we experienced the level of success that we have enjoyed over the past decade.
Whether your a die hard “Who Dat” or an LSU Tiger fan, one thing is certain, these years will go down as some of the greatest in either teams history.
We are a different breed down here – We love our food, we love our drink and we absolutely love our sports teams. You will be hard pressed to find another fan base that holds dear the players and coaches that represent us on the field as us Louisianians do.
Whether its pro or college , there’s no doubt about our love for our teams. No NFL team in the league means as much to a city and it’s people as the New Orleans Saints do to New Orleans and LSU fans are a breed all their own.
Both teams have won championships in their respective classes, LSU winning BCS titles in 2003 and 2007, and the Saints capturing it’s very first Lombardi Trophy in 2009.
After years of relative mediocrity, both have finally have climbed their way to the top of the football world.
It’s been a long time coming for Saints fans. For 42 years we suffered, through bad seasons followed by even worse seasons. Through heartache and shame, we stood by our Saints in good times and bad. Now it’s time to reap the rewards for our faithfulness.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, when the city needed hope the most, the Saints began to give back to people that had given so much to them.