Miles 'contemplating no changes at this point' to coaching staff
After a tumultuous end to the 2015 season, questions surrounded head coach Les Miles -- namely in terms of how he'd look to improve his squad.
The Tigers lost three of its last four games, and tumbled back down to Earth after initially being ranked No. 2 in the early College Football Playoff system. LSU had immense problems throwing the football, and thus garnering balance offensively. Teams simply keyed on running back Leonard Fournette -- largely due to the inability to produce in the passing game.
LSU ranks No. 110 in the country in passing offense, and No. 52 in total offense. It's a scheme bereft of ingenuity and inventiveness -- rather rooted in archaic tendencies. Surely, it will need to adapt and evolve going forward if LSU is to be competitive in the conference.
Interestingly enough, Miles doesn't feel as if changes are needed within the staff. It will be fascinating to see whether he indeed does tweak things schematically (especially on the offensive side of the ball).