Did Les Miles make a good decision in dismissing Ryan Perrilloux from the LSU football team?
Bill Smith: The only thing worse than having one bad apple in a barrel is having a pusher in the locker room. The only choice Miles had was to dismiss Perrilloux and hope he had done so before the drug habit rubbed off on the other players.
Eric Geier: The way it sounded Perrilloux didn't really care about his team, he just wanted to show up on Saturdays without having to put in any extra work. I think Les Miles made a good decision even though it may hurt his team.
Pete Quint: Yes. Hopefully this is a wake up call for Perrilloux and the young man turns his life around. LSU didn't need the off-field distractions.
Ryan Leonardo: No. I don't care to know much about the Tigers, but Miles was sending a message. How ironic would it have been if he went to Michigan?
Steve Patterson: On eScoutRoom.com it was reported that he had a possible four convictions pending. That seems like three too many for any college player. I think he was forced to let him go.