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Ed Orgeron addresses the media after being named as the Tigers' new head coach, Saturday, November 26, 2016, at LSU's Athletic Administration Building on campus in Baton Rouge, La.

Advocate staff photo by HILARY SCHEINUK

You've heard about the two binders LSU coach Ed Orgeron brought with him to his job interview.

Now, you can see them.

Derek Ponamsky, a special assistant to Orgeron and former sports talk radio host in Baton Rouge, tweeted a picture of the talked-about binders that "blew away" LSU's search committee members during a meeting Friday morning. 

The pair of professionally constructed booklets detail Orgeron's long-term plans for the program. 

Austin Thomas, LSU's general manager, and Ponamsky helped Orgeron produce the binders, the coach said during his news conference on Saturday. 

So what's exactly in them?

"The things I learned at USC. Then really Pete Carroll made me a complete coach. I put all those things down, thoughts, all the things we had done at those great programs, it became our program here at LSU, presented it to Joe," Orgeron said. "It was just things that I learned from great programs, championship programs that I learned that I believe LSU ought to be and will be a championship program."

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