We’ve seen Les Miles in all forms of zaniness.
There’s the postgame rants, the emotional outbursts, the long tangents about abstract things pertaining to life.
Now, there’s the LSU coach playing miniature golf, preserved for all of us to see on social media.
Make sure you watch to see Miles’ reaction after the shot.
Miles will need to perform more magic at LSU this season after losing WRs Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry, RBs Jeremy Hill and Alfred Blue, DTs Anthony Johnson and Ego Ferguson and right guard Trai Turner, who left school early to enter the NFL Draft.
Marietta’s Anthony Jennings was Mettenberger’s backup last season and rallied the Tigers to a 31-27 victory over Arkansas after Mettenberger tore his ACL late in the fourth quarter of the regular-season finale.
Trailing 27-24, Jennings led LSU on a 99-yard play drive, providing the winning TD on a 49-yard pass to Travin Dural with 1:15 left in the game, a play that was selected as the second-best play from 2013 and dubbed “Hail Anthony” by NOLA.com.
Jennings then led LSU to a win over Iowa in the Outback Bowl and was thought to be the default starter for 2014, but Brandon Harris played well in the spring game while Jennings threw two interceptions that were returned for TDs.