http://www.wafb.com/story/20506304/minter-ill-ride-or-die-with-coach-miles (LSU got Minter from Georgia, he was the rated the #4 middle linebacker in the nation as a recruit, and had offers to Southern Cal, Oklahoma, Nebraska, South Carolina, West Virginia, etc) "I'll ride or die with Coach Miles," says Minter by phone, who made an incredible 19 tackles in the loss, "There's a reason I went there to play. He's a great man. Any time you're a high profile coach like him, you're going to get scrutinized." Minter also shared his thoughts on deciding to go pro after an incredible junior season. ... "Talking to my family, just seemed right. I had a real good season. The draft boards have me high. It's always hard leaving an institution like LSU." When asked what memory at LSU stood out the most, it was hard to pinpoint one. "Just the whole experience. Being part of a tradition like that, a winning tradition, is unreal. I just appreciate the opportunity to wear the purple and gold. It's something I'll always take with me. I'm proud to be an LSU Tiger."