LSU’s starting quarterback next fall will almost certainly be a player that is already on the Tigers’ roster, Les Miles said Wednesday evening.
The LSU coach spoke to the media after the press conference of new defensive line coach Ed Orgeron. During his meeting with reporters, Miles said it is “unlikely” LSU would bring in a transfer at the quarterback position.
Hide your recruits, college football programs. Ed Orgeron is coming.
The 53-year-old coach, whose career up to this point has included stops at USC, Tennessee and Ole Miss, among others, has been hired to coach LSU’s defensive line. He’s known for his defensive coaching ability and will surely help the Tigers’ defense stay at an elite level.
Orgeron’s biggest impact...
It only takes one press conference to fall in love with Ed Orgeron, and that’s what’s happened to LSU fans Wednesday evening.
The Tigers have made the former USC and Ole Miss head coach the new leader of their defensive line. Wednesday night, Orgeron was officially introduced at a press conference with Les Miles at his side. Orgeron, 53, was his typical, charming self.
BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU coach Les Miles has hired Alabama linebackers coach Kevin Steele as the Tigers' defensive coordinator.
Steel, whose hiring was announced Tuesday evening, has received national honors for recruiting. He has spent the past two seasons under Nick Saban, working this season as the Crimson Tide's linebackers coach and as special assistant to the head coach.
Via AP on Fox
13 days ago
It’s become the inevitable dance — the Michigan Wolverines look for a new head coach and LSU’s Les Miles becomes an instant candidate for the opening. Except each of the last two times he’s turned the job down, and that appears to be the case once again.
LSU’s 247Sports site, Geaux247, is reporting that an off the record conversation between Miles and local reporters left...
A fear of rejection is probably the reason you decide not to approach that attractive coed at the bar. Who wants to get shot down in public?
It also might be why Michigan decides to not pursue Les Miles if it opts to fire its current coach, Brady Hoke.
According to a report by Scott Roussel of FootballScoop.com, there is “significant disagreement” in Ann Arbor when it comes...
Les Miles had fun with this reporter's stupid, silly question about LSU's quarterback position for next season.
Translating Les Miles' grammar is part of an assignment at LSU, because college is the best.