BATON ROUGE, LA (WVLA, Matt Boudreaux) — LSU head coach Les Miles took all the blame for his team's loss against Ole Miss.
He told reporters following the 27-24 defeat that he did a poor job preparing his team.
"There's a way I could prepare this team to put them in better position, emotionally, and prepare them to play in the kind of stadium that they played in tonight. We gave them too many turnovers, not patient enough handing the football off to run the football and that's my fault. This one is on me. I take it," he said.
Ole Miss was one of several underdogs who pulled off the upset Saturday on a wild day in the SEC.
Missouri, Tennesse and Auburn all knocked off teams that were ranked higher than them.
LSU will step out of conference this weekend when they host Furman in Tiger Stadium.
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