For years, LSU fans were stuck watching a dreary and outdated offense. It’s what eventually led to Les Miles’ firing at LSU as the Tigers fell behind on the offensive side of the ball.
Miles just wanted to turn around and hand it off. There wasn’t much creativity, either. When the Tigers did have successful passing attacks under Miles, like in 2013, it was a scheme that relied on talented receivers winning their routes.
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