Posted November 07, 2012 on louisianastate.scout.com
LSU coach Les Miles and Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen will preview their teams' upcoming matchup this weekend Wednesday morning on the weekly SEC Teleconference. Come inside for the latest from both.
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