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During an SiriusXM radio interview Wednesday, LSU head coach Les Miles was asked when he would reveal who will start at quarterback for the Tigers in the season opener against Wisconsin on Saturday.

He fired back with this answer:


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he he, this fella thinks that Les was kidding around. Harris wasn't running with the RBs on those goal line 1 on 1 drills for nothing;)
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GEAUX Tigers
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Would be epic
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He's thought about this before lol...
Reply27 months
I don't know if this would make me cum instantly or break something instantly.
Reply27 months
Not a bad idea.
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They both will then fake a hand off to LF who will throw to a tackle eligible receiver...
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I hope we actually do this
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He thinks about faking.
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Swing-Double Passes all day!
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