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LSUsmartass
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re: Les is still hard to understand
The Nega-O's will be here shortly to tell you Les is so brilliant that he speaks like that to throw you off of just how brilliant he is


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EvrybodysAllAmerican
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re: Les is still hard to understand
I don’t miss those Les miles press conferences at all. Brutal.
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Madking
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re: Les is still hard to understand
The fact that his progressions for evaluating a QB goes: drop back, look to run and run should tell you all you need to know about Les Miles and quarterbacks.


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Lsupimp
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re: Les is still hard to understand
I think the problem might not be with the coach who is called Les, but with you who does not appropriately consider with your mind that the words that emanate from his mouth have a specific meaning about football and the quarterback position and the talent that the player possesses which may or may not be of a caliber that exhibits the chest necessary to finish first.


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Jugular Joe
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re: Les is still hard to understand
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You need to develop the want to understand Les.


The OP obviously has no chest.


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Ponchy Tiger
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re: Les is still hard to understand
It amazes me that so few of you realize what Les is doing he talks like this. He is just giving you a bunch filler. He is responding to a question but not telling you a damn thing because he doesn’t want to.


IIxxBREADxxII
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re: Les is still hard to understand
I get it but I dont miss it at all. Coach O is about as transparent as it gets with information.


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Tiger_Style
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re: Les is still hard to understand
I understand it, but I still find it embarrassing for the head of your program to speak like a person who hasn't finished HS


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TygerDurden
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re: Les is still hard to understand
You’ve done it now Louiouslou the swingers from Les Miles’ jock will be out in force on your ass. You just pushed the call button and here they come.


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Gus007
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re: Les is still hard to understand
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He’s the 2nd winningest coach in LSU history and finished with the highest winning percentage. Deal with it and quit hating on the man.



Some do and some get lucky.
Les is fortunate that he followed Saban and not Curley.
He ran a limousine into the ditch and folks refuse to acknowledge it.
"In LSU History" What is that history? The program has always had awesome potential but has been hamstrung by incompetent Nabobs from the politicians to the University Administrators.
Fifty years between national championships, then Saban won one in three years as did Orgeron. Yet you make a hero out of a person who inherited a hot rod and turned it into a log truck.

Myles, like Hallman, couldn't coach a High School team to a Championship, if he had to build it.


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Is Les the only person who still refers to running the ball as “rushing” the ball?


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Lakeboy7
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re: Les is still hard to understand
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This post was edited on 2/9 at 12:13 am


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mdomingue
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re: Les is still hard to understand
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Myles, like Hallman, couldn't coach a High School team to a Championship, if he had to build it.





People probably said the same thing about O after Ole Miss with more ammunition. Les did a pretty good job elevating Okie State. He looks to be moving in the right direction with Kansas, the next few years will be the tell for that. From all I've read, the Jayhawk faithful are not at all upset with what they've seen.

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Les is fortunate that he followed Saban and not Curley.
He ran a limousine into the ditch and folks refuse to acknowledge it.


Lucky holds true if you're talking about 3-4 years, not 11+.

Was Saban fortunate that he followed Dinardo and not Curley?

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Yet you make a hero out of a person who inherited a hot rod and turned it into a log truck.




Your logic seems to be similar to your ability to correctly spell the name Miles, questionable.


LSUStar
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re: Les is still hard to understand
I don't think it's an act. He is just not very bright. Glad he is gone.



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Dennis4LSU
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re: Les is still hard to understand
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Seems pretty clear to me. The kid can drop back in the pocket. He can run. He might play QB in the future.
Awwww I see you speak fluent Les....


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Salviati
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How pitiful does your life have to be that you feel the need to misquote Coach Les Miles? Damn, your life sucks.

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“Jalon is a six-foot-tall guy that can run and throw,” Miles shared of the new Jayhawk during a press conference inside Anderson Family Football Complex. “I don't think there's any question that he has talent and ability, can step back in the pocket, can rush the ball, can have quarterback rushes.

Listed at 6 feet and 207 pounds, Daniels, from Lawndale, Calif., is rated by Rivals as a two-star prospect, while 247 Sports has the QB as a three-star talent.

Daniels had committed to Middle Tennessee State back in October, and remained on board with the Blue Raiders until flipping to KU and signing Wednesday.

Both Army and Air Force also recruited Daniels, but KU was the only Power Five program to offer the mobile QB a scholarship.

“Is he a quarterback of the future? He's certainly a choice,” Miles said of KU’s biggest surprise during the signing frenzy. “I think there could be another quarterback out there that's being pursued. I'm not really sure at this point.”

KUsports.com


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Gus007
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re: Les is still hard to understand
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Lucky holds true if you're talking about 3-4 years, not 11+.



Sounds like the stock Mkt at LSU was in "Bear" mode for Les.

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From all I've read, the Jayhawk faithful are not at all upset with what they've seen.



I'm happy the Jayhawks are happy.


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Gris Gris
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re: Les is still hard to understand
I don't know what part you don't understand and I think you forgot to link your source. If you're going to make fun of Les, at least find something better than what you posted.


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