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Miles has held his own against Saban

Posted: 11/1/2012 12:54 PM

Miles has held his own against Saban 





Edit Article - Chris Low,ESPN:

And if Saban is indeed college football’s premier coach, LSU’s Les Miles at least deserves to be in that conversation.

Sure, they’re as different as Anchorage, Alaska and Maui, Hawaii, but Miles is one of the few coaches who’s had some degree of success against the guy he followed on the Bayou.

They’re deadlocked at 3-3. In fact, Miles beat Saban in back-to-back games in 2010 and 2011 (in the regular season). It was the first time Saban had lost to the same coach in consecutive years since his first two years at LSU when Steve Spurrier’s Gators walloped the Tigers 41-9 in 2000 and 44-15 in 2001.

Saban had won 12 straight rematch games until Miles came into Bryant-Denny Stadium last season and guided his Tigers to a 9-6 overtime win against the Crimson Tide in one of the most anticipated regular-season games in recent college football history.

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Posted: 11/3/2012 8:01 AM

RE: Miles has held his own against Saban 


44, these two programs are so evenly matched anything can Happen. Im hoping for a good injury free game on both sides tonight.
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Posted: 11/3/2012 8:57 AM

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44, these two programs are so evenly matched anything can Happen. Im hoping for a good injury free game on both sides tonight.

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Absouty......injury free game let the game begin

LSU ....IF YOU'RE NOT LIVING IT....YOU' RE DYING !!

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Posted: 11/3/2012 11:01 PM

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No I don't think so.  I was pulling hard for LSU but the defensivwe playcalling on that last drive gave the game away.  10 yard cushions allowed Bama to get within field goal range without using more than 25 seconds of clock then an over reaction blitz gave up the TD instead of the FG.  Why wasn't LSU playing 6 or 7 defensive backs and getting more agressive or at least playing the same defense they played all game?  What a disgusting waste of 59 miunutes of football.  Not one of Bama's plays on that drive was remotely contested.  In retrospect, LSU should have been kicking FG's instead of faking them and if you can't kick from that distance with accuracy, LSU should have been legitimately throwing for a 1st down rather than the stupid tricks on 4th and long!  I'm really pissed that you GAVE the game to Bama when you had them beaten
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Edit Article - Chris Low,ESPN:

And if Saban is indeed college football’s premier coach, LSU’s Les Miles at least deserves to be in that conversation.

Sure, they’re as different as Anchorage, Alaska and Maui, Hawaii, but Miles is one of the few coaches who’s had some degree of success against the guy he followed on the Bayou.

They’re deadlocked at 3-3. In fact, Miles beat Saban in back-to-back games in 2010 and 2011 (in the regular season). It was the first time Saban had lost to the same coach in consecutive years since his first two years at LSU when Steve Spurrier’s Gators walloped the Tigers 41-9 in 2000 and 44-15 in 2001.

Saban had won 12 straight rematch games until Miles came into Bryant-Denny Stadium last season and guided his Tigers to a 9-6 overtime win against the Crimson Tide in one of the most anticipated regular-season games in recent college football history.

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Posted: 11/3/2012 11:50 PM

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Hey gator,  STFU!   Great game with LSU tonight.   The retard does not understand!  Your Qb grew up tonight, a week off helped, and the future is bright.  As for our retard gator fan, FSU is going to WHIP your ass!   RTR!!!
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