Following a 20-14 win over West Virginia, LSU head coach Les Miles acknowledged once again, “"Our quarterback play has got to get better. It's just that simple."
Miles, however, seemed very disappointed with the Tiger fans that chose to boo their starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson.
On numerous occasions, many of the 92,575 fans in Tiger Stadium decided to express their frustration with Jefferson’s play.
Regarding the complaining fans, Miles said, “It's not conceivable to me. I promise you this: that guy goes to work, he goes to the coffee pot and complains about the coffee. And he didn't make the coffee."
"I was just in the locker room with an undefeated, 4-0 college football team. I think there are a lot of teams that would like to be in that position. We just played our second nationally-ranked team and won. Our football team is playing great on defense."
Jefferson explained, "We're 4-0 -- what am I going to be frustrated about? Auburn and Alabama are Week 8 and Week 9. We'll just keep working."
LSU hosts Tennessee on Saturday at 3:30 pm EST on CBS. The Tigers will then travel to Gainesville to play the Gators.