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Latest Patrick Peterson Items
Les Miles expects to meet with Michigan about the Wolverines' head coaching vacancy, though the LSU coach said he is also "extremely happy" with his current job.
Les Miles met with Michigan on Monday evening about the Wolverines' coaching vacancy, shortly after the LSU coach said he is also "extremely happy" with his current job.
Les Miles expects to meet with Michigan about the Wolverines' coaching vacancy, though the LSU coach said he is also "extremely happy" with his current job.
Once Patrick Peterson learned he was widely projected to be a top-five selection in this spring's NFL draft, the star LSU cornerback figured this was the year he had to turn pro.
Although LSU is losing its best defensive back to the NFL, the Tigers' strong finish to the 2010 season left little doubt that they were back among the elite in the Southeastern Conference and poised to contend for a national title next season.
A person familiar with Patrick Peterson's decision says the LSU star cornerback has decided to enter the NFL draft.
LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson is the winner of the Chuck Bednarik Award as the nation's best defensive player.
Cam Newton of Auburn, Andrew Luck of Stanford and Kellen Moore of Boise State are the finalists for the Maxwell Award, which goes to the best player in college football, and the Davey O'Brien Award, which honors the top quarterback.
LSU coach Les Miles and the fifth-ranked LSU Tigers can't escape reminders of how they botched the final seconds of last year's 25-23 loss at Mississippi.