Winning close keeps LSU's BCS chances alive
Les Miles says he likes the position LSU is in heading into its regular season finale at Arkansas.
After surviving close games against North Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and Ole Miss this season, the fifth-ranked Tigers have a chance to finish a regular season at 11-1 for the first time since 2003 and for only the second time in school history.
Miles says the season has gone by fast because his team has been having fun and still has a lot to play for.
If LSU is able to beat the Razorbacks on Saturday, the Tigers should receive their first BCS bowl bid since they won the national title in the 2007 season.
LSU even might play for the BCS title if some of the four unbeaten teams ranked front of the Tigers stumble.