For the noobs out there, a little history. After our loss to Tennessee in 2001, most of the SEC watched the SECCG, pitting the Vols against LSU. Having Roses on the brain, Tennessee was not ready to play, and ultimately lost to a team they easily beat early in the year. Towards the end of the game, the cameras panned the stadium and found our favorite couple, keeping the camera there for five seconds, as hundreds of thousands of utterly astonished SEC fans gasped in jaw-dropping amazement. It is rare that the quintessential fan gets a chance to be showcased (usually, the cameras look for pretty girls). It truly took a life of its own, and today, Lulu and Junior is well known throughout the SEC. This blurb came from The Free Dictionary online: "The infamous shot of the two.Lulu and Junior is the name of an internet meme dating back from 2001. Its use derives from a TV shot from the 2001 SEC Championship Game, a 31-20 win for the LSU Tigers over the Tennessee Volunteers. Late in the game, as LSU scored to put the game out of Tennessee's reach, the TV cameras got a shot of two disgruntled, middle-aged, and portly Volunteers fans in the stands. The shot became an object of derision among Southeastern Conference fans—especially Tigers and Florida Gators fans. A still image soon landed on the internet and was Photoshopped, putting the duo in many different settings. As Tennessee is in the South, many of these photoshopped images involve redneck stereotypes. The names Lulu and Junior come from the names of two characters from the television show Hee Haw: Junior Samples and Lulu Roman. The show featured redneck humor and Lulu Roman and Junior Samples both share a physical resemblance to the now famous Tennessee fans."