PHOTOS EMERGED LAST WEEK of LSU football coach Les Miles in costume for his role as a police officer in the independent film Camera Obscura. Miles so fit the archetype of a movie cop, it inspired some thinking about the other SEC West coaches and the type of character each of them might play, complete with classic examples.
He's young, brash and not afraid to step on some toes. His offense? High-flying.
Seemingly overmatched, he beats the odds by (allegedly) using any means necessary.
He comes off as a gruff and scatterbrained rube, but he looks smarter every year.
BACK TO THE FUTURE
A wolf in nerd's clothing, right down to the sweater vest and wire-rim glasses.
THE BREAKFAST CLUB
It's his way or the highway. Sure he's stern, but he's only doing it for your own good.
Earnest, loyal and admirable, but he can never quite get the big prize.
THEY SAID IT
"I'M NOT A $88 PLAYER."
Warriors forward explaining why, in part, his newest shoe, the KD9, has risen to $150.
SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE
A Georgia Southern athletic department staffer did 10 extra-credit assignments for two football players—who still didn't pass the class.