There's certainly no controversy. If Jarrett Lee hasn't earned the right to start against Florida, then Les Miles has gone from stubborn to stupid. He's not brilliant, but I'll be surprised if he's that stupid. The question is, will the coaches continue to insist on using Jefferson as a running QB? I hope not because it's not going to work. Jefferson's 83 yard romp was sprung by the expectation of Shepard getting the football, and the uncertainty of the first play of the football game - the defense had to play that one honest. If Jefferson is used like a Ryan Perrilloux, it's going to fail because - as physically gifted as he is, he is not Ryan Perrilloux. If LSU needs a running QB, then (I can't believe I'm going to type this), the answer is either Russell Shepard or SPENCER Ware. NOT Jordan Jefferson. For a brief moment last night I thought maybe the 2 QB thing would work and be a good model for the rest of the season. Nope. Jefferson just cannot save a drive if ANYTHING goes wrong. And Lee needs to get and stay in a rhythm. I would hope that Miles starts Lee, plays power-I football with some sweeps and reverses to keep the ends honest, and only brings Jefferson in when Lee's head gets muddled and he needs to take a series off and watch - which I think might occasionally be the case. Either Jefferson or Lee can lead LSU to 9-3 because the LSU defense will keep the games close against most opponents. Only Lee has the ability to beat two out of Florida, Bama, Auburn and maybe Arkansas. Mettenberger has a real opportunity at LSU next season.