After Les Miles, Who?

Although LSU’s overtime victory over Arkansas probably calmed the situation, those Tiger fans who want to run Coach Les Miles out of town should contemplate what that might mean.

To wit, with whom would he be replaced and who would be involved in making that decision.

We don’t know the answer to the first question, but we do know the answer to the second – Joe Alleva. Alleva will forever be remembered as a key player in the Duke Lacrosse Frame who once uttered these deathless words – “It’s not about the truth anymore.”

The Duke Lacrosse Frame – a modern-day version of the Scottsboro Boys case – was an attempted lynching of three innocent men in the spring of 2006 in which Alleva was intimately involved.

Oh, yeah, that Joe Alleva.

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