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2001 LSU Tigers football
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SEC Champions
SEC Western Division Champions
SEC Championship Game, W 31-20 vs. Tennessee
Sugar Bowl, W 47-34 vs. Illinois
Conference Southeastern Conference Western Division
Ranking
Coaches #8
AP #7
2001 record 10-3 (5-3 SEC)
Head coach Nick Saban
Offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher
Defensive coordinator Will Muschamp

Home stadium

Tiger Stadium
Seasons
« 2000 2002 »

The 2001 LSU Tigers football team represented Louisiana State University in the college football season of 2001-2002. Coached by Nick Saban, the Tigers played their home games at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. LSU went 10-3 and won the SEC West and represented the division in the 2001 SEC Championship Game for the first time. After a 31-20 upset of favored Tennessee, LSU played in the 2002 Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana, and defeated yet another favorite, Illinois, 47-34.

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2001 10-3 (5-3 SEC) SEC Champions
Date Opponent Result Score Attendance Notes
September 1 vs. Tulane W 48 17 91782
September 8 vs. Utah State W 31 14 87756
September 29 @ *Tennessee L 18 26 108472
October 6 vs. *Florida L 15 44 92010
October 13 @ *Kentucky W 29 25 52471
October 20 @ *Mississippi State W 42 0 45514
October 27 vs. *Ole Miss L 24 35 91941
November 3 @ *Alabama W 35 21 83818
November 10 vs. Middle Tennessee W 30 14 88249
November 23 vs. *Arkansas W 41 38 89560
December 1 vs *Auburn W 27 14 92141
December 8 vs. *Tennessee W 31 20 86063 @ Atlanta, GASEC Championship Game
January 1^ vs. Illinois W 47 34 77688 @ New Orleans, LASugar Bowl
*Conference Game • ^Played in 2002

LSU Tigers in the 2002 National Football League Draft

Player Position Round Pick Overall NFL Team
Josh Reed Wide Receiver 2 4 36 Buffalo Bills
Rohan Davey Quarterback 4 19 117 New England Patriots
Jarvis Green Defensive End 4 28 126 New England Patriots
Robert Royal Tight End 5 25 160 Washington Redskins
Howard Green Defensive Tackle 6 18 190 Houston Texans

http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/2002.htm

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