Before he was eating grass, he sealed his Mad Hatter mantra in this game.
Second Quarter: Ryan Perrilloux 1-yard touchdown run.
Third Quarter: Fake field goal to set up Keilan Williams' 4-yard touchdown run
Fourth Quarter: First, lets start off by saying that the fact it is the fourth quarter has so much irony, it is not even worth delving into.
Flynn 4-yard touchdown pass to Demetrius Byrd (10:15 remaining)
On their own side of the field with seven minutes remaining and needing two yards, Jacob Hester bulldozed through and got a first down, by half the length of a football.
On the Florida 6 yard line—third down—Hester, needing one yard, does it again.
I guess the Tigers were tired of all the drama, on Hester's 23rd carry of the night, on almost the same play that had successfully worked twice before, he scored on third down from two yards out.
That's right, the thing the first five plays had in common, they were all on fourth down.
Only Miles, down three, on the Florida 6 yard line, gives the ball to the MVP of the game and probably the season, Jacob Hester.
By the end, even the LSU defense wanted Miles to roll the dice. It was just that much fun. I would say it's Les Miles world and we are simply living in it, but I don't think he is on the same planet as the rest of us.