I think I understand why Les does't allow freshmen to talk to the press. The freshmen starters from Wisconsin are good reasons why. https://sports.yahoo.com/news/wisconsin-vs-lsu-badgers-freshmen-011252098.html "You should feel disrespected," Figaro said when asked if he feels disrespected by all the attention paid toward the SEC. "We all know the Big Ten is better than the SEC." The 6'0 safety from Everett, Massachusetts, said he isn’t worried about LSU’s speed on offense in preparing for Saturday. "We match their speed," Figaro said. "We are way more physical than them. This is Wisconsin." Their seniors aren't much different . . . "It makes us a lot better, "Trotter said. "Their o-line is very similar to Wisconsin in terms of size, speed and footwork," Trotter said. "That’s part of the reason a lot of SEC defenses aren’t used to that is because their offensive line isn’t as big, so they can’t really prep like we can prep." "We understand. That’s what the south is, speed," Trotter explained, "We are not worried about that. They can have as much speed as they want. It doesn’t mean they are going to win the game." I wonder where they get the notion that SEC O-lines are small. LSU averages 6-6, 320. They also seem to think that SEC speed means that they can't also be physical. They surely have not watched much LSU or Alabama football recently.