Posted November 06, 2011 on
LSU head coach Les Miles talks about his Tigers' defense, the quarterbacks and the big play makers of the night after LSU's victory over Alabama Saturday night in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
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Les Miles was his usual eccentric self Saturday night.
When the LSU coach first stepped on the field of Bryant-Denny Stadium about 90 minutes before the start of his top-ranked team's gutty 9-6 overtime victory against second-ranked Alabama in an SEC clash that lived up to the hype, he jovially saluted and waved to the Crimson Tide's student section, which booed him in return...
Les Miles says the label ''starter'' means very little at LSU, even in regards to quarterbacks Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson.
Miles is not naming a starter for Saturday night's homecoming contest against nearly six-touchdown underdog Western Kentucky. He says he expects both Lee and Jefferson to play throughout the remainder of the season.
While Lee has started...
Les Miles says the label "starter" means very little at LSU, even in regards to quarterbacks Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson.
"It's not significant to me, nor has it ever been, to name anybody anything," LSU's coach said Monday as the No. 1 Tigers began preparations to host nearly six-touchdown underdog Western Kentucky on Saturday night.
Les Miles says the label "starter" means very little at LSU, even in regards to quarterbacks Jarrett Lee and Jordan Jefferson. "It's not significant to me, nor has it ever been, to name anybody anything," LSU's coach said Monday as the No. 1 Tigers began preparations to host nearly six-touchdown underdog Western Kentucky on Saturday night.
Les Miles has been saying all the wrong things for all the right reasons.
Let's face it: If LSU has to face Alabama again with the national title on the line instead of a half-championship in the Southeastern Conference, the Tigers coach doesn't want to provide any bulletin-board fodder for the Crimson Tide to stew over two months from now.
So, it's only natural for...
I just want to recognize that certainly this is a win and it counts one. This was a very significant win and gives us the lead in the West. It just makes the rest of these games much more important. There was nothing settled in any way with victory last Saturday. We still have to earn our way. It is all about whom we are about to play and what is a necessary improvement...
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In what had been billed the Game of the Century, LSU pulled out a hard-fought win to take control of the inside track to the BCS title game.
There is significantly less hype surrounding Saturday night's contest, but Les Miles is quick to point out it's still important.
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Sweater vests, hooded sweatshirts and colored blazers and pants are just some of the trademark fashions that we’ve come to associate with professional and college football coaches. In the case of LSU head coach, Les Miles, that signature style is a white baseball cap. It’s a simple adornment, but the hat has become so synonymous with Miles, he’s even been nicknamed “The Mad...
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