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Bobby Petrino didn’t really care for Les Miles … scoring? Arkansas was down 38 to 17 when Les decided to kick a fieldgoal to put the Tigers up 41-17, and by all accounts, Bobby didn’t seem to be to happy with this. He appears to have a few choice words for the Mad Hatter. I’ll let you decide what his actual words were. The post game hand shake went about the same way, with Petrino seeming to say, “whatever” to Miles as he walked off. I don’t think there was anything wrong with LSU running up the score, and if Read More ...Arkansas Bobby Petrino Has A Message for Les Miles is a post from: College Football Section
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Up big in the 4th quarter on Saturday, Les Miles kept his starters on the field and his foot to the floor in their game against Arkansas to gain further BCS “style points.” To the surprise of absolutely no one, Bobby Petrino did not like this one bit. We don’t specialize in lip reading, but [...]
Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino was not happy with LSU's Les Miles for running up the score, and cameras caught Petrino delivering a message to his coaching counterpart.
LSU coach Les Miles talks to TigerSportsDigest.com's Emily Villere about improving to 12-0 after his Tigers beat Arkansas 41-17 to claim the SEC Western Division title.
Les Miles did not even want to contemplate whether his top-ranked Tigers might get a bid to the BCS title game even if they lost next weekend's SEC championship showdown with Georgia.
''I just want you to know something,'' Miles said. ''There would be no way that this team could come to Atlanta and not play their best.''
At this point, though...
LSU head coach Les Miles talks about preparing for the 3rd-ranked Razorbacks, gives some injury updates from the secondary and hints a little about the quarterback play set for Friday afternoon.
Oh, don't act so surprised.
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We'll meet again. Don't know where. Don't know when.
Kirk Bohls looks at the final meeting (for now) of Texas and Texas A&M. (The Austin American-Statesman)
Andrew Luck isn't enrolled for next quarter at Stanford.
Bobby Petrino's Razorbacks will play LSU. A tough game in a week when they lost freshman TE Garrett Uekman who died Sunday of an undiagnosed heart condition at the age of 19 (info according to FoxsportsSouth)..
Even if you never heard of the LSU Tigers or the Arkansas Razorbacks, if you looked at USA Today’s latest list of College Football Coach salaries, you’d know right...
Memphis has fired head coach Larry Porter after going 3-21 in two seasons leading his alma mater.
The university announced Porter's dismissal Sunday morning in a release. Porter's firing came after Saturday's 44-7 loss at Southern Mississippi, leaving the Tigers 2-10 this season. Fan interest in the program has been diminishing, including an estimated 2,500 for the Tigers...
The Tigers have business to take care of on Friday against Arkansas, but on Thursday they get to sit down and enjoy a nice meal and Thanksgiving together. Hear from head Coach Les Miles and his team on what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
If LSU coach Les Miles is up for it, count Nick Saban in. Much of the post-game talk after No. 2 Alabama’s 42-14 win at Auburn was of an Alabama/LSU rematch in the BCS national title game.
By BRETT MARTELBATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- As huge and heavy as the trophy known as "The Boot" may be, Arkansas and LSU both have much bigger things to play for when their annual Thanksgiving week rivalry is renewed on Friday.
This is arguably the biggest game to be played in venerable Tiger Stadium in more than half a century.
"This is a game that we really look forward...