Monday, July 30, 2012

Was Les Miles trying to send LSU a message in NCAA Football 13 commercial?

 

                                                    The NCAA Football 13 commercial in question.


Was there more to LSU head football coach Les Miles' "Put some pants on " comment to Mike the  Tiger after Miles had stripped the cosplaying mascot naked in that NCAA Football 13 commercial  than meets the eye? Kevin Scarbinsky thinks so.


"Peel back a layer, and it could be, probably should be the theme for the LSU football team as it gets ready to report for practice for the 2012 season.

Sure, you got undressed by Alabama in your own home-away-from-home stadium in your own state in the BCS Championship Game.


Yes, 13 straight victories against the toughest schedule anyone can remember unraveled into insignificance with 60 minutes of incompetence and inferiority.


So what? It's over.

Forget about it. Grow up. Be a man.

Put some pants on."


Well, it's a more interesting idea than Miles trying to pretend that Mike the Tiger was the only one in that commercial who would've wanted to have Robert Griffin III as LSU quarterback last year. Still, Scarbinsky might want to take Sigmund Freud's advice to heart when it comes to interpreting behavior that "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar."


(via The Birmingham News)