LSU 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.
Head football coach of the LSU Tigers Les Miles joins J&R to talk some football. Miles talks about Johnny Manziel and if he’s the best player in college football. Miles also talks about the college […]
Les 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.
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.
In one season, LSU has gone from relying too heavily on power running to wondering if its ground game is now as reliable as it should be.
Coach Les Miles was satisfied with how ninth-ranked LSU played in its season opener.
LSU picked up their second win at AT&T Stadium in three years beating TCU 37 to 27.
LSU has only three full-time returning starters on defense after having a team-record eight players from that side of the ball taken in the NFL draft last April.
TCU coach Gary Patterson might start both Casey Pachall and Trevone Boykin.
The matchup between LSU and TCU on opening weekend, just got that more interesting. Both of the coaches are respected and highly revered. Their programs were both ranked high in the USA Today’s coaches’ poll, TCU at No. 20 and LSU ranked at 13. but when it comes to discipline, Gary Patterson and Les Miles are nothing alike.