As is custom among those who win titles in college football, LSU showed off its three championship rings on Monday — the SEC title ring, the school-issued championship ring and the College Football Playoff ring — and they are all fit for an early 2000s rap video.Rings Fit For The Best EverOne Team. One Heartbeat. pic.twitter.com/LoCDyA7m7U— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) July 7, 2020MORE: The best college football games for the 2020 seasonAnd now a closeup of each, because surely you’re not aghast by the sheer gaudiness of it all already.The LSU ring, given by the school, features white, purple and yellow/gold (the school’s colors) predominantly on the front of the ring. Along the sides, there are four oval-cut stones that represent the four national title winners in the school’s history (1958, 2003, 2007 and 2019). The LSU-Issued Ring pic.twitter.com/Uxw2hBNRhc— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) July 7, 2020For the SEC championship, the ring has 16 purple stones signifying the school’s 16 SEC championships. On the inside, the scores of the eight conference victories LSU had in 2019 are engraved.For the SEC Championship pic.twitter.com/Gh1d9aUFdq— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) July 7, 2020Last, but certainly not least is the College Football Playoff ring. While this ring comes standard every year, in a twist, Jostens added in purple stones on top, the first time the CFP has been altered.For the College Football Playoff pic.twitter.com/iErcgEx4w3— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) July 7, 2020With the details of a 2020 college football season are still up in the air, coach Ed Orgeron and the rest of the Tigers might have a little bit longer to stare at their rings come the fall before they have to defend them. From Geaux Tigers to Geauxld Tigers.LSU is coming off a national championship, and some consider the 2019 Tigers to be the most dominant team in NCAA football history. (And hey, they’ll tell you about it themselves.) To the victors go the spoils, which means bling. Lots of it.