LSU Football Goes From #2 To Out Of Top 25 In Three Weeks
Just three weeks ago all the LSU Tiger fans were looking forward to a possible playoff birth and even a national championship. I mean several of the ESPN analysts even picked the LSU football team to make it to the big game.
Also, Leonard Fournette was the front runner for the Heisman Trophy averaging 150 to 240 yards per game. In the last three games, Fournette has barley broke the 100 yard mark once.
Well Tiger fans, that is so three weeks ago. LSU was ranked the #2 team in the nation just before the Alabama game. Since then the Tigers have rattled off three consecutive losses to Alabama, Arkansas and last weeks embarrassing loss to Ole Miss.
All the sports channels and analysts are saying that LSU head coach Les Miles is on his way out at LSU. Some have speculated that he night even get fired this week while most are saying that if they lose their 4th consecutive game this week, Les Miles is done at LSU. Rumors are already swirling that Jimbo Fisher the former LSU assistant who is currently the head coach at Florida State could be LSU's first choice as a replacement.
The Tigers were undefeated at 7-0 before the Alabama game but now are a dismal 7-3. In less than three weeks the LSU Tigers football team have gone from #2 to out of both the AP and Coaches polls.
The Tigers have one more regular season game left which is this Saturday night and will take on Texas A&M in Tigers stadium. Kickoff for the game is set for 6:30 p.m. and will be televised on the SEC network.