Much has been made of the binders LSU coach Ed Orgeron presented to athletic director Joe Alleva and the school’s search committee Friday morning, which reportedly played a big role in the removal of his interim tag.

Now we can see what the fabled binder actually looks like.

Derek Ponamsky, a former Baton Rouge radio host who became special assistant to Orgeron shortly after he received the interim job in September, tweeted a picture of the binder Monday morning.

The binder reportedly included a detailed, long-term plan of how Orgeron will manage the program, most notably the hiring of an offensive coordinator with a solid track record.

Orgeron’s candidacy for the job and eventual hiring have been controversial talking points for months, and they’ll likely linger throughout his tenure. Whether Orgeron succeeds or not, the binder will be a valued piece of LSU memorabilia one day.