BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Les Miles says he understands that LSU's
offense needs to be more productive this Saturday when his
sixth-ranked Tigers travel to play an unbeaten Auburn squad that
averages 40 points a game.
Miles says LSU's passing game must be more efficient than it was
last weekend against McNeese State, when Jordan Jefferson and
Jarrett Lee were a combined 14 of 22 for only 103 yards and no
completions longer than 18 yards.
While Miles remains pleased with a running game averaging 188
yards, the coach says LSU needs to be more aggressive offensively
to keep up with the Cameron Newton-led attack of No. 5 Auburn.
And unlike past weeks, Miles is declining to name a starter in
LSU's two-quarterback system.