Why does LSU coach Les Miles clap his hands the way he does? He explained why to the NY Times...
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“You can’t be soft-handed; it has to be an aggressive clap,” he said before a demonstration. “You keep your fingers out so that you don’t get them caught in between, you know what I’m saying? If you get them in between here” — he gestured to the area between his fingers — “it can be an ineffective clap and you can get hurt. Injuries can occur if you don’t keep your fingers spread.”


Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Just when you think he's given all he can give... :)
Reply48 months
Hahahahaha that just made my day!
Reply48 months
I love that crazy SOB
Reply48 months
you're welcome Larry
Reply48 months
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