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LSU head coach Les Miles was asked about Cam Cameron and his future as the Tigers offensive coordinator on Sunday night when he addressed the media.

Miles responded by saying "I am contemplating no changes at this point," in regards to coaching personnel.

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rjokerlsu100 months
Let's hope Miles learned something that week of the A&M game. I understand no coaching changes until after the bowl game, but at a minimum Peveto should go and I would not be too disappointed if Ed O is promoted to Defensive Coordinator & Steele is dismissed, but doubt that will happen.

Does Miles think he is invincible since he survived that week prior to the A&M game, or did he see it as a sign that some changes should be made?
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Bama Eric101 months
Another 4 losses next year. Fournette will get his yards so some of you will still be happy.
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24chevrolet48101 months
I saying that dual threat QBs are NOT good at looking down the field , because they rely on their feet too much , Yes you are correct ... Also , in the case of Harris and Jennings they should be playing at Ga. Tech or Vandy
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Carsonjones87101 months
You saying that dual threat QBs are NOT pin point accurate and wise in their prep, progressions, and ball allocation...just because they run effortlessly? You saying those two skills aren't mutually INclusive?
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19101 months
Is it possible that Les knows you don't advertise a pending vacancy until you have your man?
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whoyodaddy101 months
I have grown weary of a predictable, inefficient play calling system designed in 1974 that has continually put QB's into positions to fail, with the end result being a loss of QB confidence year after year. Who would want their son to play QB under this dumbass system? "Let it play out", I think not. I'm done- and so are my 10 season tickets held since the 80's.
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Juan Betanzos101 months
If CLM is "contemplating ' not making changes to his staff or to his offensive offense, the he'd better be 'contemplating ' a new place to work in 2017!!!!!
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24chevrolet48101 months
Les-Miles-contemplating-no-changes-on-coaching-staff .. ?????? ... Is that like the AD Contemplating A Change at Head Coach ??Joe your getting the Green Light NEXT year ??
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Cracker101 months
Make more signs sheeple
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Load Toad101 months
I hope we have a change at HC in near future!
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BTRDD101 months
I believe we need to replace Steele more than CC. Les just needs to keep out of the offense play calling.
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Lake Vegas Tiger101 months
demote steele and hire pruitt
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Cheesy Beaver101 months
les will do everything in his power to keep us as mediocre as possible
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Dignan101 months
He actually said, "I have a want for F King Alexander to blow me."
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Floyd101 months
I agree on letting it play out He has shown that he will change staff in the past. Maybe he thinks this is best. The players have to shoulder responsibility too. We threw it 50 times against Arky. Was our passing game ineffective due to scheme or player execution?
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LSUintheNW101 months
Business as usual, nothing to see hear.

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tigerswin03101 months
2016 Beef O'Brady's Bowl Bound.
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DVinBR101 months
so we're settling on 3-5 losses next year again?
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tigerpawl101 months
The more things change, the more they remain the same. You're witnessing Les Miles' understanding of the game first hand. This is his definition of football excellence. Sigh...
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JustinT37101 months
Les would rather be stubborn and right then give his team/fans the best chance at winning the game.
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