BATON ROUGE, La. -- Just when you thought you'd seen it all from LSU coach Les Miles, he comes up with one of those plays you'd expect to see in a yard somewhere.
Say what you want about him, but the guy is fearless when it comes to taking chances and making calls a lot of coaches wouldn't.
The two-pitch double reverse to Deangleo Peterson, setting up the Tigers' go-ahead touchdown was vintage Miles.
A lot of coaches probably kick the field goal there with it fourth-and-1 at the 26. After all, LSU could have taken the lead 16-14.
But not Miles.
The Tigers went for broke, which is the way the "Mad Hatter" rolls.