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ESPN writer Sam Khan picked LSU's Les Miles as his SEC coach who is under the most pressure heading into the 2015 season. Here is what he said:

Sam Khan: Les Miles, LSU
Barring extenuating circumstances, LSU coach Les Miles will be back in 2016, but I wonder if pressure is building for the Tigers to take a step forward this season. Since appearing in the 2012 BCS championship game (for the 2011 season), they’ve gradually moved down the SEC West standings (second in 2012, third in 2013 and fifth last season, which concluded with an 8-5 overall record). Read more.
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Nix to Twillie105 months
Winston318: In 2011, arguably his most successful year, we beat #2 and #3 in the nation...both from the SEC West.
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MNCscripper106 months
Not that it means anything but Moscona said the same thing today
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CaptainKirk80106 months
Extenuating I believe is the wrong word. The correct word would be unforeseen.

Extenuating: make (guilt or an offense) seem less serious or more forgivable. Or to make thin.
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winston318106 months
He's completely right. The majority of CLM's success has come in the down years of the SEC West. I feel that it's headed in the right direction
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Displaced106 months
8-5 is a winning season, not necessarily a good season.
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JETigER106 months
8-5 is a good season
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