Most would say there's only one answer — LSU. But that title's been disputed recently, with schools like Texas, Florida and even Oklahoma State trying to claim they are DBU.
LSU will have no part of that though. The Tigers have built a legacy upon the DBU moniker, using it to reel in elite defensive back recruits in each signing class. And as the LSU video staff tweeted Tuesday with a link to the following video, there's #ProofInTheHardware.
LSU has produced a pair of DBs to win the Bednarik Award since 2010 and is the only school to have consecutive Thorpe Award winners. LSU has had a defensive back selected in eight of the last nine drafts, including four first-rounders since 2011.
The above video starts with the NFL commissioner announcing the latest LSU DBs to go in the first-round of the draft, followed by just about every pass breakup, interception and hard hit laid by an LSU DB in the last decade.
Will this stop other schools from trying to argue they're the actual DBU? Probably not. Florida released its own video recently in an attempt to name themselves DBU. But that's a title LSU will defend vehemently.
These tweets from Jamal Adams and Jalen Mills show just how seriously they take this whole DBU thing.
Lol, just because yall got a little video, don't make you DBU. Just saying.— JamalAdams™ (@TheAdams_era) May 15, 2015
Dudes thinks it's a game on this side ..this shit foreal with me! I take this #DBU shit serious!!On Me— Jmills (@Mills_Island) May 15, 2015