A Tough Day in Death Valley
Well it was quite a disappointing Saturday for LSU fans in Baton Rouge and all around the country, and Les Is More is here to catch you up on everything that happened over the weekend. Smacker, John and Les try to make sense of LSU’s flop against Bama and then pause to ponder whether there’s anyone who will get in Alabama’s way. The crew takes a look at the top four and discusses which teams are most likely to make the playoff. Then it’s recap time: John, who was on hand to see Michigan stuff Penn State at home, considers where Michigan might end up if the Wolverines win out. Then the crew examines Georgia’s handling of Kentucky, as well as West Virginia’s last-second win at Texas. Before looking to next week, Les and John debate Notre Dame’s status and why the Irish have looked so impressive. The predictions segment tackles how LSU can bounce back against Arkansas, what Michigan State needs to do to upset Ohio State, and just how much Alabama will beat Mississippi State by. And someone predicts an upset when Clemson travels to Boston College. As the playoff picture continues to take shape and each game means more than the last, Les Is More is here for the entire ride!
Previewing the Alabama - LSU Matchup
Bonus Episode: Herm Edwards chats with Les
About The Show
During a coaching career spanning more than three decades, Les Miles has established himself as one of the most fascinating figures in all of sports. Regarded almost as much for his press conferences antics as his on the field accomplishments, Les’ reputation precedes itself. The Les Is More Podcast will quickly become a must-listen for anybody who loves college football. Combining a first-hand insider perspective with a distinctively personal and quirky approach, this weekly offering will cover the latest storylines on the college football landscape, as well as anecdotes and intimate experiences shared by Coach Miles, his family and the various figures he’s befriended throughout the years. For those in the know, this podcast isn't merely a part of the conversation surrounding college football — it is the conversation.