Miles on his Milestone 100th win
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Les Miles has seen LSU pull out 100 victories in all sorts of ways during his decade with the Tigers.
So while the coach praises the power running and clutch defense his team used to outlast Florida last weekend, he isn't hinting at whether Kentucky should expect something similar this Saturday.
Miles isn't even saying for certain who'll play quarterback. He says he was pleased with Anthony Jennings' steady play against the Gators, but may also give snaps to Brandon Harris against the Wildcats.
Milestones aside, Miles' 10th season at LSU hasn't been his best. With two losses, the Tigers are spending a second straight week outside the Top 25.
But with five games left, LSU players say this season can still be a memorable one.
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