Not everything was always sunshine for Les Miles during his time at LSU. Here are five of the top lowlights during in his 11-plus seasons at LSU. 448 more words
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A thorough beatdown, the end of a ignominious streak, a bizarre finish. Basically just another week in college football.
Alabama does nothing to damage their current status … Stanford wasn’t so fortunate, escaping with a win that wasn’t befitting of the ranking they brought into the game with me … Michigan made it look easy … Clemson still hasn’t played four full quarters, though they did come closer this week … Louisville won big and with relative ease but provided better teams some interesting game film to watch … Wisconsin burst Michigan State’s bubble in convincing fashion, while putting a little more air into their own … Texas A&M owes their defense a lot of credit … Ole Miss finally played four quarters, or at least more than enough of four to leave Bulldawg Nation wondering what they really have on the roster … Winning cures all ills, no truer place for that adage than Knoxville,where the end of the losing streak to Florida will quiet some very deserving questions about how a team could look so utterly & completely inept for an entire half before finding a season/coach saving miracle … If there’s a stranger ending to a game this year than Auburn’s win over LSU then I’m not sure it can happen without involving a band on the field … and the best thing about Georgia Tech playing on Thursday night might be that, by Saturday, you can almost forget it ever happened. 72 more words
Georgia running back Nick Chubb left the first half of Georgia’s 45-14 loss to Ole Miss on Saturday with what was described as an ankle injury. 160 more words