did les miles threaten to resign during the most recent press conference?
ATON ROUGE — LSU coach Les Miles took most of the blame for his team’s 25-23 loss to Ole Miss on Saturday during his weekly press luncheon on Monday. Advertisement “We look at ourselves very critically, and certainly I mismanaged the back end of the Ole Miss game,” Miles said. “It’s my responsibility, I’m the head coach.” Specifically, about LSU continuing to pass after it reached a first down and field goal range at the Ole Miss 32-yard line with 1:04 to go, Miles said this. “I want to do better there. I want to do better there in strategy,” he said. “I want to do better there in how we approach that position. I don’t want to ever back up in a position where we’re first and 10 at the 32. I want to put ourselves in that position more often in practice, where we’re going to discuss more thoroughly that spot in the play call.” But then Miles contradicted himself on the pass calls, which were called by offensive coordinator Gary Crowton in a game in which quarterback Jordan Jefferson had