My wait and see attitude has returned to "Miles needs to go". Miles is to blame for our offense. He is responsible for sticking with Jefferson (he likes the ability to run that Jefferson brings to the table, via post-game interview). He stuck with Lee far beyond the point where it was good for Lee, and is doing the same with Jefferson. He's stuck with Crowton for too long, and he thinks he is doing the right thing by sticking by his guy. Maybe he's doing good by Crowton by not firing him last season, but our QBs are suffering because of Miles unwillingness to give both QBs a chance to grow together. Why did we put Lee in for one series at the end of the game and then put Jefferson back in? There was no good reason for that series of events, and there was an obvious point (when Lee put on his helmet and Jefferson had his off) that Jefferson needed to come off the field. Hearing the home crowd boo isn't good for Jefferson, but Miles is too damn stubborn to care. Miles is not putting Jefferson in the best position to succeed and the message he is sending Lee is that we have less trust in you than we have in Jefferson, who is performing so terribly the LSU fans are booing the decision to keep him in. Crowton may not be great, but I blame Miles and I am ready for him to go. He has a damn strong team put together outside of the offense, and some key positions playing well even on the offense, but we are totally mishandling our QBs and have been since Perrilloux left. I think this will continue to happen regardless of who is OC. Ridiculous. It is obvious we have a wealth of talent, that we've been the more talented team on the field each week this season, and that we are struggling goes to show how bad our coaching is. Good coaches maximize their talent, they don't squander it on a regular basis.