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LSU Scores big with the number one recruit in the nation, Leonard Fournette, committing to become a Tiger.
Les Miles knows his way around Twitter, Subtweets top running back recruit
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BEST OF MAXIM
Zach Mettenberger wasn't the only one enjoying an Outback Bowl booger on Wednesday. LSU head coach Les Miles went digging for a little gold himself.
LSU Coach Les Miles met with the media after his team's 21-14 win against Iowa in Wednesday's Outback Bowl. Watch the highlights from his press conference.
During the Under Armour All-American came today, five-star safety prospect Jamal Adams committed to LSU. Thats not surprising because Les Miles and company always recruit well but it was a shock when he used his niece as a prop to announce his choice.
This has officially gone too far. I’m all for the props as long as they don’t involve babies or animals.
If LSU has a little trouble finding a go to guy at quarterback next season it looks like the team is going to be in pretty good shape anyway. The defense will be like any other Les Miles defense of course, and offense--well, on offense they will run, run, and run some more.And why not? With the No. 1 high school running back--and overall recruit--in the nation committing to the Tigers...
When five-star safety Jamal Adams committed to the “University of LSU” earlier today, we thought that might be the most amusing announcement of the afternoon. But it turns out, Adams will be joined by another five-star recruit at USLU — the top-ranked running back in the nation, and the No. 1 overall recruit according to ESPN, Leonard Fournette out of New Orleans.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- When Mike Gundy took over for Les Miles at Oklahoma State in 2005, the Cowboys hadn't enjoyed a 10-win season in 17 years.
When Gary Pinkel came to Missouri in 2001 after a decade as Toledo's head coach, the Tigers had logged two winning seasons since 1984.
Stillwater and Columbia were places you could win tickets to bigger jobs, not places to compete...