I'll try to wade through that wall of text to give a response.
inconsistent at times,OK.......at the WORST possible times,..yes.
He played his best of the season in the biggest game, Alabama. He needs to improve on a few things that cost us during the season but he made some NFL throws in the face of pressure all season long.
He moves like his feet are in concrete buckets,and he looks like he is scared to death. Do you HONESTLY think any other top school would leave him in all four quarters? He plays like he would rather be ANYWHERE other than on that field
There are successful QBs that are slow as shit, but, sure, he could improve his pocket presence and awareness.
Did you miss the Ole Miss game? That was one of the gutsiest performance by an LSU QB. He consistently got hit in the mouth and bounced back. Made throws when he knew he would get hit in the pocket.
IF he REALLY had "IT",they would have kept him at Georgia,no coach lets prime QB off a team for pinching a girls behind in a college bar,I dont believe that for a second.
Almost positive the school pressured Richt to kick him off the team, and since then Richt has said he wish he wouldn't have booted him.
Miles habit of playing who starts,no matter how pathetic is poor.
Got news for you, 90% the starter is usually the guy who gives you the best chance to win.
Whoever came up with "mad hatter" is a joke,I sat in the stands and watched LSU fans boo Jefferson when he took the field.Anyway,Bobby Bowden said it best when asked if he took fans and alumni opinions into consideration before games,.."Any coach who does that will be doing it from the stands"....
I don't even know what you are trying to say here.