LSU football podcast: Vols should hire Les Miles for his Tennessee magical powers

LSU football is the No. 1 topic of discussion every day on SEC Country’s  One Team, One Podcast. Host  Carter ‘The Power” Bryant believes Les Miles has magical powers when he’s around Tennessee, which is why the Volunteers should hire him. Also, Bryant discusses the insane results Miles produced against Tennessee, how he would fit into the Knoxville culture and an insane Fact of the Day. 

Les Miles most insane moments came against Tennessee

Miles was known for his flare for the dramatic. His press conference before the 2007 SEC Championship game against the Volunteers was his most legendary. Also, the ridiculous ending to a 16-14 victory in Tiger Stadium in 2010 will forever be remembered in bad clock management lore. Bryant calls it the most Les Miles victory of all Les Miles victories.

Miles is “very interested” in the Tennessee coaching vacancy. The Vols coaching search has gone miserably and he would be a strong stabilizing voice hungry to coach in the SEC. Bryant questions his current coaching ability, but the Mad Hatter is one of the better candidates left. Why not see if he still has those magical powers to win football games in adverse situations?

Lock of the Week

Unfortunately, there will be no full slate of SEC games to choose from until early September in 2018. However, Bryant scans through this weekend’s conference championship games and loves a big underdog on the moneyline. He also breaks down the SEC Championship Game this weekend between Auburn and Georgia.

Today’s Fact of the Day featuring a popular vegetable could be a sign that Miles should be next coach at Tennessee.

Have something you want discussed on the podcast? Let us know! Tweet any questions you have to  @CarterThePower. Listen to this episode of One Team, One Podcast below. We also can be followed  on SoundCloud and you can find past episodes  right here.  

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