Les Addresses Clock Management Issue

BATON ROUGE, LA. (AP) - Les Miles is not going to apologize for
celebrating LSU's 16-14 victory over Tennessee last weekend, no
matter how embarrassed he was by the wacky final sequence of plays.
The LSU coach says he has to enjoy the effort the 12th-ranked
Tigers made to amass 434 yards of offense, overcome a minus-4
turnover differential and execute the game-winning touchdown to
remain unbeaten.
Miles says he can't worry about what fans think of him, but can
only hope they support the LSU program and get behind his players.
Miles is claiming responsibility for a botched goal-line play
that consumed the last 28 seconds of regulation and could have cost
the Tigers a game if not for a Tennessee penalty. He says that's
been corrected by the staff.