Jonathan Zenon scored on an 18-yard interception return with
9:54 left to put 11-and-2 LSU ahead. Darry Beckwith picked off
another pass deep in Tigers territory to seal it. The win sent LSU
home with a spot in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans at the Superdome.
That ends the Vols' five-game winning streak. The 9-and-4 Vols
might wind up in the Outback Bowl.
With speculation swirling that he would soon leave for Michigan,
Miles put aside the distractions. He met with his players earlier
in the day and told them he wasn't going anywhere.
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