Les Miles and LSU agree to raise, extension

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LSU’s 21-17 loss to Alabama, for all practical purposes, ended its opportunity to repeat as SEC champion. With a loss at Florida, the Tigers finished with a 10-2 record. LSU posted that mark even though six projected starters missed all or most of the season.

“I would never take 10-2 as a final” record, Miles said. “But, as this year played out, I think this team improved. Three games into (the season), the team changed numbers. We had key players not there. Guys stepped in and played big. This team fought like hell and fought adversity.”

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Bryan Lazare contributed to this story from Baton Rouge, La.

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