Les Miles isn't satisfied with LSU's West Division title in the Southeastern Conference, or the Tigers' rise back to Number 1 in the country. Simply put, there's more work to be done.
The Tigers' coach says they have not accomplished what they want to accomplish. Earlier this season, the Tigers won one game as the top-ranked squad before losing at Kentucky in triple overtime. LSU moved back to the top of the poll after routing Louisiana Tech 58-10 on Saturday, while Ohio State lost 28-21 to Illinois.
The Tigers clinched a berth in the SEC championship game by virtue of losses by Auburn to Georgia and Alabama to Mississippi State. The goal, however, is the BCS title game in New Orleans. LSU's final two games, against Mississippi on Saturday and at Arkansas on November 23rd, appear to be very winnable. But Miles knows his team needs to be wary of a letdown.
While the Rebels haven't won a conference game this season, they nearly beat the Tigers last year. LSU had to rally to win in overtime.
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