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LSU head coach Les Miles was on the weekly SEC Coaches Teleconference Wednesday and started of his time by talking about quarterback Brandon Harris. Per The Advocate:

“He’s immensely more experienced than he was when he played at Auburn. His game readiness in terms of all the things the quarterback has to do, he’s more prepared to do that. Certainly he’s more in tune now than trying to accommodate every coaching point. I think he’s more ready to be a part of a successful football team. …He’s still youthful wants to continue to improve. But he’s very confident. He’s learning and improving on a regular basis.”
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les doesnt seem to get it...even if we can run 6 yds a pop on aub. every time, les will keep doing it cuz it means victory..instead of realizing brandon will need the passing reps now!!... for games down the road when he has to pass...he needs to practice it live game and it also gives him more confidence
Reply67 months
To learn, one must fall down sometime, but Miles's rope is way too tight.
This is inhibiting his growth.
Reply67 months
When have we ever passed the ball 25+ times a game??
Reply67 months
So, how about 25-30 passes per game?
Reply67 months
A Les quote with no Les-isms. I'll be damned.
Reply67 months
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