LSU’s 19-7 victory over Texas A&M was monumental for a couple of reasons.
First, it helped coach Les Miles save his job despite swirling rumors that Miles could be fired after the game. Miles was carried off of the field by his team after the game, and was awarded the game ball in the locker room. Quarterback Brandon Harris said some kind words before presenting his coach with the ball.
You can check out the scene HERE.
Miles wasn’t the only person celebrated on Saturday night. Tailback Leonard Fournette broke LSU’s single-season rushing record of 1,686 yards held by Charles Alexander with his 159-yard performance against the Aggies.
LesMiles.net created an awesome tribute video to Fournette’s accomplishment. The video features some of Fournette’s best highlights from his prolific sophomore season.
LSU’s season may not have ended as well as it had started, but there was still plenty to celebrate about the 2015 season.