Les Miles Discusses His Philosophy on Running Red Lights

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The great thing about Les Miles is that he answer questions in such an unexpected fashion. 

As the big game between LSU and Alabama moves closer, ESPN embedded reporters to cover each side of the big game. 

ESPN reporter Kaylee Hartung rode to work with Miles yesterday and it appeared that Miles slowed down at a red light, looked both ways and then kept going. 

You can watch for yourself below. 

Kaylee’s either a great actress or Miles ran the red light. 

ESPN reporter Kayce Hartung seems pretty confident that Miles ran a red light. 

But did he?

Les Miles was asked about running the red light at yesterday’s practice. 

This was his glorious response:


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