Our $5 million coach, Les Miles, must have written his own standards of what is right or wrong in character or conduct.
According to him, you break the rules — in this case, curfew — and you are rewarded by playing in the game!
It is incomprehensible that he allowed Jordan Jefferson to play in Saturday’s game against Kentucky. What a slap in the face for Jarrett Lee, who has done an excellent job stepping up to the plate to lead the Tigers to No. 1, while Jordan Jefferson was breaking the rules. It is disgraceful and disgusting.
I have lost all respect for Miles. It might be wise for Miles to use some of those millions to enroll in a course on ethics, where he may learn a little about moral conduct and judgment.