Friday, September 16, 2011

LSU Football Tigers Coach Miles Told The Winning Streak Against The State Of Mississippi Does Not Mean Anything

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Baton Rouge - few teams have dominated the second time in recent history that LSU Mississippi State. Tiger team beat the Bulldogs in the last 11 meetings and 18 of the last 19th

But LSU Coach Miles said that streak is irrelevant, as his team prepares to play the Bulldogs in Starkville on Thursday night.

"I understand that we play quality opponents every year," Miles said SEC coaches teleconference on Wednesday. "One year does not lead to another. It 'a new challenge and a new group of young people. And' the quality of the coaching staff, Coach Mullen has put together. We do not make much out of it.

"Our guys do not remember back 11 years. They do not know what is even possible. Whether you watch the movie, how to recognize the quality of the opponent and prepare.

Mississippi State last defeated LSU in 1999. The Bulldogs scored a touchdown on fourth down controversial late winner to take a 17-16 victory. Before 1991 it was a victory, 28-19, in Tiger Stadium in the first season Curley Hallman at LSU. Hallman liquidation is 3-1 vs. state.

This season the team point of LSU Mississippi State, proud of who leads SEC with 321 yards per game. Bulldogs leading rusher in the SEC characteristic of Vick Ballard and 250-pound quarterback Chris Relf third offense 277 total yards per game.

"They do a good job of run and pass, good balance," said Miles. "Quarterback is a little more aggressively to drive the Oregon style attacks. This piece makes a huge difference in attack the state of Mississippi .


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