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Following LSU’s embarrassing 21-0 defeat at the hands of the Alabama Crimson Tide during last night’s BCS National Championship Game, former New Orleans Saints Pro-Bowl quarterback Bobby Hebert decided to take aim at LSU head coach Les Miles.
With only five first downs and 92 total yards of offense, many people found themselves wondering why Miles was so reluctant to allow starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson to throw the ball down field, while others wondered why he chose not to replace him with back-up quarterback Jarrett Lee (who started at quarterback for most of LSU’s games this season).
These were fair questions that were lingering on the minds of many as the final seconds ticked off the clock last night. As for Hebert, he was looking for answers during the post-game press conference.
While I still disagree with Miles’ game-plan, I can’t help but credit the Tigers’ coach for taking the criticism like a man and providing what he felt was a fair answer to Hebert’s harsh line of questioning.
Take a look.