Found November 06, 2013 on
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So ESPN is going All-Access with both LSU and Alabama for this week's big game between SEC powers. As part of it, ESPN reporter Kaylee Hartung went on a ride-along with Les Miles. He then ran a red light. He then gave a great excuse Read more →
The LSU equipment guys have a camo LSU helmet.
Alternate helmets are here to stay. I’m still trying to get a grassroots movement going so that Gruff Sparty shows up on MSU’s helmets. In the meantime, here is LSU paying homage to the locally grown, but nationally popular Duck…Read more →
My first team on upset alert for week 11 is No.1 Alabama Crimson Tide. They face off against what I consider a heated rival, the No.13 LSU Tigers. These two teams always have a street fight on the football field and I don’t expect Saturdays game to be any different.
The thing that I think Alabama will struggle with is LSU’s vertical game. LSU receivers Jarvis Landry and Odell...
Rules just flat out don’t apply to LSU football coach Les Miles. Okay, that might be taking a bit too far, but Miles does seem to be a bit of a liberal driver. Today, while doing an interview with ESPN’s Kaylee Hartung, Miles decided to run a red light on his way to work. It was quite a move, considering he knew he was being filmed.
We also learned that Miles like to eat Raisin...
LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles was being interviewed in his car on the way to work by ESPN’s Kaylee Hartung in a lead up to this weekend’s game against the Alabama Crimson Tide. ESPN is doing this as a part of their “All-Access” segments that lead up to the game this weekend. After running the red light at 1:05 of the video, Les Miles gave a great excuse:
“I did not...
Les Miles says Brandon Harris, who is one of Louisiana's top high school quarterbacks, is enrolling at LSU.
Operating under new NCAA rules, LSU on Thursday signed Harris to an Institutional Financial Aid Agreement that will allow him to enroll in January, shortly after his mid-year graduation from Parkway High School in Bossier City.
Miles says the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Harris...
LSU coach Les Miles seems like a guy who would enjoy birthday festivities – just a hunch. Luckily, his players and staff remembered his big day and got him both a cake and a giant card to celebrate. Miles’ birthday is actually this Sunday, so we’ll assume that they didn’t want the result of the big game against Alabama to potentially dampen the spirit.
I bet we can all...
LSU football coach Les Miles turns 60 on Sunday. That is a big milestone, but before he can think about entering his sixth decade of life Miles has to focus on trying to defeat No. 1 Alabama on Saturday in Tuscaloosa. Perhaps that is why the team decided to treat Miles to a birthday celebration […]
For his birthday, Les Miles was hooked up with an awesome LSU-themed cake, as well as a larger-than-life birthday card.
LSU coach Les Miles took the podium Wednesday after practice to update his team's preparation for Alabama. Check out this article for the complete transcript from his press conference.