This isn’t what opposing SEC defenses wanted to hear after LSU’s first practice Saturday:

Additional muscle for a ballcarrier considered the league’s Heisman co-frontrunner with Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott?


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Tigers coach Les Miles mentioned competing for championships and his team’s goal of reaching the CFB Playoff before shifting his focus to attention to detail and individual position groups.

One of this month’s hot-button topics is the the quarterback battle between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris. Miles likes where both players are headed:

Miles was brief when asked about the ongoing situation with John Chavis’ departure to Texas A&M and ensuing legal battle over his remaining contract. He also didn’t say much about LSU’s recent recruiting sanctions: