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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Les Miles spoke on the weekly SEC Coaches Teleconference Wednesday and a majority of questions that he was asked pertained to Heisman frontrunner Leonard Fournette.

Here is what he had to say:

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weeble102 months
No doubt that LF is a beast, who comes across as humble and an extremely hard worker. Right now he is the best player in College football and no one is a close second. I hope that his exposure, and Heisman trophy, does not create an impossible situation for him. The hype and superstar attention around Johnny Manzel made it impossible for him to attend classes or have a "normal" college experience. While LF is nothing like Manzel, I hope LF is allowed to enjoy college and the experience that LSU offers a student athlete.
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ready4something103 months
When have you heard the media clamoring for a sophomore to turn pro, while at the same time predicting the demise of LSU Football for the last 10 years under les miles.
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DrSteveBrule103 months
College football is too big of a business for "pitch counts". This isn't like NCAA baseball where only 20 people watch and pitchers' futures need to be preserved.
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blueboy103 months
I hate that his career is turning into a conversation about NFL ability. I hope Fournette makes a fortune, but I really don't give two shite about the NFL. It's an over-produced blur of commercial bullshite that takes itself way too seriously.
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