I don't hate Les Miles, but excellence is not his forte. The championships LSU won in 2007 were the result of terrific seniors (Flynn, Hester, Doucet, Dorsey, Highsmith, C.Jackson, Zenon, Steltz), all of whom were originally recruited and coached by Saban, whose current team is on the verge of a second straight undefeated regular season. And even in 2007, LSU wasn't very fun to watch. Coaching arguably cost the Tigers two games that year (Kentucky and Arkansas), and almost two more (Auburn and Alabama). Only luck and very experienced, gutsy players on the field produced the :crystal:. Miles's luck ran out on Saturday, November 21st, 2009. Many only suspected his incompetence until the final minute of the game in Oxford. Now there's indisputable, indelible evidence that he is not qualified to lead the LSU football program. (And there is video evidence that he lied to the public when he claimed he didn't tell Jefferson to spike the ball.) What happened at Ole Miss will be a part of LSU lore for decades. Unfortunately, Tiger fans won't remember the Oxford Debacle as fondly as they do Billy Cannon's punt return or the Blue Grass Miracle. Instead, the Meltdown in Mississippi will be remembered as the beginning of the end of the Les Miles era.