It’s getting close to that time of year again, which means I’ll be blogging about college football on Saturdays. LSU head coach Les Miles recently sat for an interview with ESPN in which he talks about the best option for deciding the national champion, dealing with losing the BCS Championship to Alabama, and expectations facing new quarterback Zach Mettenberger. Among the biggest changes we’ll see this year: LSU will be throwing the ball more and opening up the field.
I hate to beat a dead horse (not really, actually, I do enjoy beating it), but I wish he would have tried that in the National Championship game last January!
Let it go, man!
Do you think that I ever think about the way S.C. let Vince Young beat them in the National Championship game (many years ago)?
Of course I don’t. I let that go years ago.
It doesn’t bother me that one guy beat them to wreck their season.
I never even think about how in that last series, everybody knew that Young was going to run with it…except the S.C. Def. Coordinator.
Let it go, man! Arrrgh!!
Dr. Burk. You have my deepest sympathy.
It’s pretty easy to remember when ESPN throws it in your face during the entire interview! What’s up with them showing Bama highlights while Miles is talking? Kind of disrespectful!
Miles & Co. are filing all of this away, and there has to be an inferno of fury burning in them just beneath the surface. I predict that this LSU team will be a buzz saw this year. Bama comes to LSU this year and it could get ugly.
I’m so glad you have a Razorbacks t-shirt to wear on Saturdays this fall!
That game was a nightmare. I wanna forget the whole thing….
I do wish Les had done more in the second half….
Thanks for re-opening a very painful wound. That game was horrendous. Let’s see us pass the ball and get it past the 50.