I dont think Les Miles is the problem, its the plays called by our OC, i think if we lose 3 games this year or more... "He should be replaced". Lets face it, winning at LSU is a very high necessity. Les Miles knows this and that may force him to hire a new OC and possibly fire other coaches as well. If he keeps the coaches he has now and we have a 3 loss season ... then the heat will be on him for sure.
10/10 1:34 PM | IP: Logged
This team needs more unity imo. They also need more leadership on O preferably from the QB. I don't think firing the OC will help in that regard but I do agree, some of the play-calling last week was poor.
10/10 1:41 PM | IP: Logged
LES IS 60 NEXT YEAR.
It seems to me the genesis of Les Miles current dilema began when L.S.U. rematched with Alabama in the BCSNC game January 9, 2012. Since that whimpish-inept-anemic effortL.S.U. has essentially dissapeared from CFB. The reasons for all of these unusual issues are debated often around the state of Louisiana but one thing I think we can all agree upon is this: L.S.U. did not show up to fight on January 9, 2012 Why? I can't begin to figure this out, but the stage set, namely the BCSNC, provided LSU an opportunity to avenge all the years of domination at Alabama's hand and an opportunity to put the state of Louisiana firmly in command as a recognized power in CFB.
Alabama as an economic power is soft-n-weak as is Mississippi. No professional teams in any sport for either southern state. These two states claim to be head-over-heels in love with athletics but no pro teams in any sport. Louisiana on the other hand out produced the state of TEXAS in 2011 in petroleum related product output for the first time in history! Yet we can not organize and defeat Alabama. It's like a nightmare right out of Hitchcock.
An OC ain't gonna fix this.
This post was edited on 10/10 4:45 PM by Tigris Panthera