Found December 28, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
Les Miles is a coach that doesn't neccesary follow the norms of coaching and here is yet another example. He wanted to send a message to his team that would spark them to be better team players instead of selfish individuals. He listed all the players that didn't attend practice and always had an excuse. The list of players and why they are not allowed to talk to NFL Scouts are listed after the jump. The sign lists the selfish players as... Jonah Austin La'el Collins James Wright Spencer Ware Anthony Johnson Micah Eugene Dwayne Johnson Tharold Simon Kwon Alexander Sam Montogomery You can read the sign to the NFL scouts. It is pretty serious. Les Miles is sending a message to the players leaving for the NFL that they need this Chick-Fil-A Bowl win and they need to focuse. The LSU Tigers face the Clemson Tigers in the Georgia Dome on December, 31st 2012. We'll see if this actually works or if the ACC can sneak in a bowl win on the SEC. You can follow @NAWTADIGM on Twitter or check out his work at Throw The Flag.
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