Posted October 03, 2011 on
TSD's Randy Rosetta and Emily Villere talk about some highlights from head coach Les Miles' weekly meeting with the media including Jordan Jefferson, the future of the LSU vs Florida matchup and what the Tigers need to look out for against the Gators.
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LSU has gone undefeated with Jarrett Lee as their starting quarterback this season. Jordan Jefferson was scheduled to be the starter until getting into trouble, and now he wants back in.
BATON ROUGE -- LSU head coach Les Miles spoke to the media on Monday afternoon, as his top-ranked football team prepares to face No. 17 Florida on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. CT in Tiger Stadium.
Les Miles is anxious to get Jordan Jefferson more involved in LSU's offense after the former starting quarterback's suspension was lifted last week.
Florida coach Will Muschamp can't be as thrilled with the way things are going with his offense and quarterback situation.
Led by one of the nation's best defenses, the top-ranked Tigers look to frustrate the 17th-ranked...
Les Miles already liked LSU's running game, which has averaged more than 170 yards this season.
Now that the Tigers coach has had a chance to see his backup running backs in action, he's even more confident in what top-ranked LSU can do with its ground attack.
With Spencer Ware hobbled and Michael Ford getting limited work after a first-half fumble against Kentucky, Miles...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By BRETT MARTEL AP Sports Writer LSU coach Les Miles contends adversity only strengthens the resolve of teams like his, a stance that is looking more accurate as the 2011 season wears on.
The No. 1 Tigers have overcome a slew of distractions to win their first five games comfortably.
Early in Saturday's 35-7 win over Kentucky...
After their 35-7 win over Kentucky on Saturday, the Tigers talk about the return of quarterback Jordan Jefferson and the impact of players like Odell Beckham, Jr. and Tyrann Mathieu.
LSU coach Les Miles is right this time: The boos at Tiger Stadium directed at Jordan Jefferson Saturday were out of bounds.
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LSU coach Les Miles contends adversity only strengthens the resolve of teams like his, a stance that is looking more accurate as the 2011 season wears on. The No. 1 Tigers have overcome a slew of distractions to win their first five games comfortably. Early in Saturday's 35-7 win over Kentucky, Miles took what could have been an uncomfortable situation and turned it into a source...
Odell Beckham's dazzling touchdown, Tyrann Mathieu's scoop-and-score and a clamp-down performance by the defense provide the highlights on a lethargic day at Tiger Stadium. Jordan Jefferson scores TD in return but is greeted with boos to draw the ire of Les Miles and several teammates
Tigers fifth-year senior quarterback welcomes Jordan Jefferson back and says he won't be looking over his shoulder. Beckham's big-play abilities catch Tyrann Mathieu's attention.
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