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Former LSU head coach Les Miles sent this tweet out on Monday night congratulating the Tigers on winning the National Championship.

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Thanks, coach. You should definitely be part of the celebration and parade.
Reply35 months
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Uhhh what?
35 months
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Les, that could have and should have been you dude. If you weren't so stubborn concerning your vision of what LSUs offense should be like, we would have had a dynasty with all of the frickin talent he brought here during his tenure. It makes me sad for him man. He knows he screwed up here and made big mistakes that led to his firing. Just really shows him how wrong he was and what he could have been here at lsu. We definitely left a couple Natty's on the field due to our lack of offensive production and our lack of qbs during his final years. Just really makes him think what could have been I bet. I'm sure he is full of regret. Whatever, thanks Les for what u accomplished here, geaux coach O, and geaux tigers!
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Les Miles love u Man U could still have this job u was too stubborn to adapt to the spread offense with all that talent Coach made a change in 2 years cmon Les the game has changed If I was u I still be hurting about losing this LSU job very tough pill to swallow
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Thanks Coach Miles. A small part of this is yours too. Cheers.
Reply35 months
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Actually not a single damn smidge of this has anything to do with him.
35 months
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I think about all the talent at his disposal that he completely under utilized or misused all together. It still makes my head hurt when I think about it.
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Thank God we have a real coach today.
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was wondering if Ole Les would congratulate LSU....
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Man, you apparently don't remember much of Les Miles.
35 months
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stop hating its bad for your complexion.
35 months
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Okay, thanks Les.
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For all his coaching miscues, Les did great things for LSU. Glad to have had him.
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He was here about four years too long.
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Just think how many the Tigers would have if he could tell the difference between a QB & a RB.
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Classy move Lester.
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