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.
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A lot of people were ready to sell Miles in 2007 when he delivered the National Title to LSU for two reasons: he wasn’t Nick Saban, and his Tiger team lost two games they shouldn’t have. I’m ready now.
Les Miles, the head football coach at LSU, discusses A&M joining the SEC and team’s mentality after the tough loss to Alabama.
The Cajun Cannon Bobby Hebert joins MaD Radio. We talk about Saints-Niners, and Bobby shares his feelings on Les Miles and the loss to Alabama.
Followed by The Melts Down. Mike was upset with Bobby and let it all out on air.
Sports Illustrated columnist BJ Schecter joins MaD Radio to talk about the LSU/Alabama game.