I never said it was. I said his discipline problems while under Miles can not be ignored just because he wasn't arrested while playing for LSU. Then commented I don't think Miles treated that situation badly.
That isn't what this thread is about. This tread is about comparing the number of arrests of LSU players vs the rest of the SEC.
Are there other points we could take into account? Sure but if Les and LSU are the second lowest team in this particular category then all the knee jerk reactions of "LSU is out of control" must be based on false perceptions.
After all Les keeps his players out jail better than anyone else in the SEC.