LSU puts Les Miles out to pasture

first_imgLes Miles has chewed on his last blade of grass as head coach of the LSU football team, after 12 years leading the program. Today, the school announced it has officially fired “The Hat”, and his offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, following LSU’s 18 -13 loss to a mediocre Auburn team.The loss dropped LSU to a disappointing 2 -2 for the year, after many preseason polls had them ranked in the Top 5. Apparently, LSU had finally seen enough, after a year and a half of dry humping the idea of firing Miles. Defensive line coach Ed Orgeron will act as interim coach through the end of the season, as he did when Lane Kiffin was canned from USC.Miles took over after Nick Saban left LSU for the Dolphins in 2005. He won a national title in 2007, but despite wave after wave of elite NFL talent, failed to win another.His endearing quirks, like eating grass off the field, and steel spined 4th down calls, eventually gave way to fan and program frustrations with an offense that refused to evolve in the era of the spread, and could never find an elite quarterback. Advertisement Adapt, mutate, or die running an antiquated 1990’s high school offense at a major college football power. That’s from Charles Darwin or something.Colin is on record saying Bob Stoops would be a perfect fit to replace Miles. If it’s offense you want, it’s offense you’ll get. Houston’s Tom Herman may be the leader in the clubhouse.Here’s Colin’s full rant  on why Stoops to LSU makes sense.center_img “If Bob Stoops wants to be the best Bob Stoops, he should take that LSU job.” – @ColinCowherd #HerdHere pic.twitter.com/6PZ1MobY87— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) September 17, 2016last_img read more

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first_imghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I63IFxbrPlMGo back to the e-newsletterOn Wednesday evening LATTE attended the South Australia Tourism Commission’s launch of its latest global advertising campaign. Arriving at Published ArtHouse in the Adelaide CBD, LATTE and other select guests mingled in the warehouse-style event space before the series of new advertisements were screened.The food offerings were all locally sourced produce, which also cameo in the new video ad campaign. Guest enjoyed sparkling wine, cocktails made with Kangaroo Island Spirits Wild Gin, premium kangaroo from the Flinders region, coffin bay oysters and more.The campaign will be featured on national television in the key markets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, and will be marketed digitally online and through social media to international markets, commencing early this month. The campaignSouth Australia’s latest global tourism campaign celebrates the best of South Australia’s unspoilt nature, premium food and drink and other unique experiences.Featuring music from the latest album from South Australia’s much loved hip-hop band, The Hilltop Hoods, viewers are taken ‘higher’ from the State’s contemporary city centre to pristine Kangaroo Island, the rugged Flinders Ranges and through its many stunning wine regions.The new campaign showcases the beauty of South Australia, promoting Adelaide as the vibrant and authentic destination that it is, and as a gateway to Australia and the State’s wider regions.A key theme within the campaign demonstrates the diversity and proximity of unique, sought-after experiences on offer across the State, reinforcing that there is so much, so close to Adelaide and it’s all there for visitors to enjoy.The advertisement also features well-known local South Australian personalities and key culinary entities such as Poh Ling Yeow, Andre Ursini and Lachlan Colwill as well as producers, local fashion labels and businesses.The new campaign is the evolution of the acclaimed Kangaroo Island Let Yourself Go, Barossa Be Consumed and Adelaide Breathe ads, which created a splash in the market through bold, metaphoric, emotive campaigns led graphically and musically to inspire people to consider travel to South Australia.The campaign will be featured on national television in the key markets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, and will be marketed digitally online and through social media to international markets, commencing early this month.With 17 variants, the advertisements aired intrastate focus on particular South Australian regions, taking viewers to iconic regions such as the Eyre Peninsula, the Limestone Coast and along the Murray River to name a few. Those shown outside of South Australia feature a compilation of the “best of” the State.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more