BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 29: Head coach Les Miles of the LSU Tigers reacts during pre game before playing the Arkansas Razorbacks at Tiger Stadium on November 29, 2013 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

One LSU legend is already calling for Les Miles to get fired

That was quick.

LSU's shocking 16-14 upset loss to Wisconsin brought back all of the questions surrounding Les Miles and his program from last season. Will the offense be anything other than Leonard Fournette cramming it down people's throats? Will the defense ever be able to help the offense? Does Miles need to be replaced as head coach?

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LSU needs some sort of change because Brandon Harris isn't cutting it at quarterback and Fournette is getting zero help. If the Tigers want to compete in the SEC, especially the West, and potentially earn trips to the SEC Championship they need to change something. And only one game into the season, former LSU lineman Marcus Spears says the coach has to go.

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The former Dallas Cowboy and Nick Saban product —- he played at LSU under Saban from 2001 to 2004 —- went on The Finebaum Show and spit some hot fire in regards to Miles' job and what he thinks should happen.

Naturally, some fans took to Twitter to ask him about it and he had their answers.

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Spears doesn't have a personal connection to Miles so you could say he has some vested interest in how well the program does regardless who the coach is at the time. He might also be right. LSU just has to make sure it doesn't go leaking reports of his firing before actually doing it.


[h/t SEC Country]