Miles open to ‘shuffling’ personnel to improve LSU pass game

According to The Associated Press, Miles told reporters at a news conference Monday he is considering re-aligning his wide receiver depth chart.


Except for the 2013 season when Beckham and Jarvis Landry each caught 1,000 yards worth of passes from Zach Mettenberger, the LSU passing game is typically overshadowed by its running game.

Miles noted that LSU’s receivers dropped several passes, but at a certain point, this weekly presser habit of praising Harris starts to look a little silly. “I like the effort of my wide receivers”. Miles said tight end Dillon Gordon was working out Monday, but that he did not have a specific return date for Gordon (heel) or safety Jalen Mills (knee).

Prior to playing host to the Gators, LSU (4-0, 2-0 SEC) is set to square off against South Carolina this Saturday, October 10, in Columbia. “We have to do a better job finishing plays”. So far, low conveying digits haven’t been important due to a ability sprinting game encouraged by Heisman Trophy entrant Leonard Fournette, who exactly has sped for 864 front or back yards and 11 TDs (around 4.oyr best seven front or back yards per maintain and 216 lawns per game).

“Yeah, we’re looking at shuffling the lineup”, Miles said. “I’m going to see where they’re at and see if we can mark a day on the calendar for those guys”, Miles said. “He’s really on target”. Because to me, I think this has to be that the helmets are loosely fitted.

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Notes: Miles said linebacker Lamar Louis, who sat out the second half last Saturday, was not badly injured. Its not as serious as him missing the half might seem.

LSU head coach Les Miles