BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Les Miles generally likes to enforce what he calls a "24-hour rule," referring to the time he gives his players to reflect on a completed game before moving on to the next one.
This week Miles said he gave his players 48-hours to digest their dramatic 44-41 loss to Georgia on Saturday, hoping it'll help them bounce back against Mississippi State.
After falling in the rankings from No. 6 to No. 10, the Tigers travel to Starkville, Miss., this Saturday night to take on a team against which they've had a lot of success. LSU has won 20 of the last 21 games, including 13 in a row, against the Bulldogs.
And Miles isn't letting his players forget how much is still at stake.
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