LSU fans say it's not time to cut ties with Les Miles yet
BATON ROUGE - The Tigers championship hopes went to Sunday copes in 3 weeks.
Now, the Tigers sit on the outside looking in at the Associated Press Top 25 poll.
Despite their lackluster play over the past three weeks, many Tiger fans say its not time for a coaching change.
"I'm tired of everybody saying he has to go," Brad Gauthreaux said. "He's one of the best coaches that LSU has ever had."
Les Miles has never lost three games in a row since he came to LSU in 2005.
The fans did say that his performance next week against Texas A&M could bring about a change.
"I think that we need to see what happens this week, if he loses four in a row, then I say yeah, we need a new coach," Landon Chastant said.
Fans have cited injuries and experience as to why the Tigers haven't played as expected.
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