Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship is quickly approaching!

The action on the field is expected to epic with two undefeated teams squaring off in LSU and Clemson. Both teams are led by dynamic quarterbacks, though LSU QB and Heisman winner Joe Burrow is having one of the all-time historic performances in college football.

One storyline that has been mentioned during the buildup to Monday is the fact that LSU will get to play for a title in the state of Louisiana with the game set to be played in New Orleans. While there will no doubt be a packed house with lots of LSU faithful in attendance, that doesn’t automatically bode well for LSU’s chances.

According to FOX College Football, the last two teams to play for a National Championship in their home state lost. That includes LSU in 2011 and Georgia in 2017. Alabama won both games.

Add in the memorable 2006 Rose Bowl that saw Texas beat USC in the Rose Bowl and playing a home game of sorts for the national title guarantees absolutely nothing. While LSU faithful will be out in force, Clemson fans will more than likely also make the trek to New Orleans in strong numbers.