The Best of The Triple Threat 07-06-2016The Best of The Triple Threat from Wednesday, 07-06-2016
Mike Meltser's Random Thoughts From The Sports WeekendMike Meltser gives a potpourri of opinions from a busy Thanksgiving weekend in sports
Luck; "check biases at the door" ; CBS' O'Connell talks best college QB'sWest Virginia AD Oliver Luck and the new College Football Playoff Committee come together in Dallas to formulate their Top 25 while CBS Analyst Kevin O'Connell talks best college QB's in the land.
Advocare Texas Kickoff: Les Miles Press Conference
Behind The Scenes: When The Game Stands Tall
7 Athletes Who Have Bizarre And Unusual SuperstitionsWe all know athletes have a ritual, routine, tradition or whatever you want to call it leading up to games. However, these 7 athletes have the most bizarre and unusual superstitions in the game.
College Football Today - LSU & College Football HOFCollege Football Today takes a look at the LSU Tigers, the new NCAA rule that will affect outgoing high school athletes effective 2016, BYU is running an internal investigation, and much more.
Les Miles: The Texans Got A Steal In Alfred BlueLSU Head Coach Les Miles joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Texans draft pick, Alfred Blue, his draft day experience when it comes to his players, his thoughts on Zach Mettenberger being drafted and will Johnny Manziel excel in Cleveland?
Miles: With The Right System Manziel Will Succeed In The NFLLSU head football coach Les Miles joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Zach Mettenberger's prospects for the NFL as well as Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, how they are going to replace all the players leaving for the draft and his thoughts on Johnny Manziel.
Les Miles Loves His Holidays
Les Miles On MaD Radio: Johnny Manziel Can Play In The NFLLes Miles joins MaD Radio and he is very excited about his quarterback and his offensive coordinator. He also addresses the Bo Pelini situation, Sam Molntgomery, and Johnny Manziel.
Les Miles: Administration Of OSU Was 'Done Right'LSU coach Les Miles said those making allegations in Sports Illustrated of academic fraud at Oklahoma State, or improper payments to players from boosters, "weren't there long enough to figure it out," because they were dismissed from the program.