While at work the other day I began to wonder at which point in Saban's tenure did the program get turned around. I could only think of two games that seemed to change the way the fans and players think. Game 1) Back in 2000 we had just come off of a lose to the University of Alabama Birmingham. The "I am a Booty and I do what I want" game. That could have been the worst feeling I have ever felt at a sporting event. Then the following Tennesse and the Great Pumpkin came to town. The whole week we heard about how death valley no longer intimidated opponents and we would be crushed. So two men by the name of Rohan and LaBrandon showed us how much fun and how loud we could make Tiger Stadium. I can still hear the hum and then the rush onto the field as through it was the charge of some great battle. Chills Game 2) On to the next season. After Sept 11 our game with the Aubies was moved to the end of the season. No one at the time realizing that this game would decide who went to the SEC Championship. This game was so hyped up, but of course who ever won would lose to Tennesse LOL. Anyway Auburn comes out in typical Tubby fashion and jumps on the eye. Saban then pulls the old rabbit out of the hat and on side kicks it. I remember watching highlights after the game and the look on Tubby's face was priceless. After that it was Davey to Reed all night. And who can forget the moron kicker screwing with the band. He of course got punked by the tubas. :hihi: I picked these two games because they were at home and they left the biggest impression on my LSU heart. So feel free to offer your point of views or your memorys from the games.