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The LSU Tigers ended any talk surrounding their head coach Les Miles leaving the program after they offered him a raise and added years to his contract, reports USA Today.
"I can tell you that I very much respect those Razorbacks, but I'm an LSU head coach and wil be an LSU head coach for as long as I can be," he said. "We've done some special things here, and it's nice that the administration, Joe Alleva, Chancellor (William) Jenkins recognize that and say, 'Coach, we want you to be here.' Seven years is a long tenure. I'm fortunate to have that commitment from a great institution and great school as LSU. I have to be real honest with you. What I want to do is win championships here ... and do it
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The knee jerk reaction to the announcement that former LSU defensive back Tyrann Mathieu plans to enter the NFL draft is trepidation.
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In a move that was surprising to no one, former LSU cornerback and Heisman finalist Tyrann “The Honey Badger” Mathieu has elected to enter the 2013 NFL Draft.
The news was first reported by ESPN.com’s Joe Schad.
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Former LSU DB Tyrann Mathieu announced Thursday that he will enter the NFL draft.
I am sorry that I was not able to complete my journey at LSU, but I will always support LSU in any way I can. To my teammates, you are my brothers. You have kept me going. I will do my best to make you all proud of me, Mathieu said in a statement, according to ESPN.
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