What LSU's Les Miles said Monday at press conference previewing Texas A&M

Monday, 23 November 2015 16:42 Written by
LSU coach Les Miles addressed the media Monday at his weekly press luncheon and talked about his future at LSU, last week's game against Ole Miss and the Tigers' season finale at home against Texas A&M. Here is a transcript of his comments provided by LSU sports information:
Clark: LSU may come calling, but Fisher has a great gig already Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 16:32 Written by
Buy Photo With various reports saying Les Miles won’t be the head coach at LSU next season, Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher is rumored to be a top target for the Tigers.(Photo: Joe Rondone/Democrat)Buy Photo CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE The bad news for Florida State fans on Monday was that head coach Jimbo Fisher didn’t just flatly deny he’d be interested in the LSU job should Les Miles get fired.
Is LSU's No. 1 Recruiting Class in Danger If the Tigers Fire Les Miles? Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 16:25 Written by
As the smoke cleared early Monday afternoon, Les Miles still has a job as the head football coach at LSU. Three weeks ago, the Tigers were seen as a national-title contender. LSU as a unit was viewed as the dominant team in what some consider the dominant conference of college football.
Miles discusses his future at LSU Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 16:21 Written by
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Five teams in postseason contention after Week 11 Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 16:18 Written by
A number of forgotten about NFL teams have made serious runs over the last few weeks. After tough starts to 2015, five specific franchises have all saved their respective seasons in last month or so. The ship steadied, now is the time to start thinking playoffs. Here are five teams surging into postseason contention after Week 11:
Seth: LSU's boosters need to get their priorities straight Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 16:16 Written by
Fallout from LSU Football’s three week meltdown has obliterated not only this season but also irradiated most fans’ hopes for the future of this program. That destruction has also destroyed the perspective that those same fans and boosters should have about the “U” in LSU. The toxic conversation surrounding Les Miles continued this morning with an onslaught of new reports suggesting that the $17 million buyout that would be due to Miles and his coaching…
Les Miles dismissal at LSU a matter of when, not if | Vlog
Monday, 23 November 2015 16:06 Written by
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Saints' next home game against Panthers gets a time change Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 15:56 Written by
The New Orleans Saints’ Dec. 6 game in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome will now be played at a different time. For all you early birds who like to get a good tailgate in before home games, the New Orleans Saints announced Monday that their December 6 meeting with the Carolina Panthers has been switched from Noon CT to 3:25 PM CT, thanks to some flexing done by FOX.
Texans' Brian Hoyer will return, start against Saints Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 15:47 Written by
Houston Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer (concussion) will start in Week 12 against the New Orleans Saints, Texans coach Bill O'Brien confirmed Monday. What It Means: O'Brien confirmed Hoyer has passed the NFL's protocol concussion testing and will regain Houston's starting job from T.J. Yates, who performed admirably in Hoyer's absence.
NFL moves Saints Dec. 6 game against Carolina to 3:25 p.m. Featured
Monday, 23 November 2015 15:47 Written by
NEW ORLEANS -- The NFL announced Monday it is moving the New Orleans Saints Dec. 6 home game against Carolina to 3:25 p.m. The game had been scheduled for a noon kickoff. The game will be the second game of a Fox NFL doubleheader. The Panthers are currently 10-0 and lead the NFC South, while New Orleans, at 4-6, is in last place in the division.

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