Miles spent 30 minutes with on the phone, touching on a number of topics. Here are some of the highlights.
"I don't think there's any question a guy in this game should be considered for all conference honors, and certainly a guy that's meant as much to his team as Aaron Murray has to Georgia.
"Tyler is a very talented thrower. I mean, he makes all the throws, very capable quarterback, and he's had a great year. I think Aaron Murray is like that in the ability to throw the ball, maybe a little bit more headsy, appearing a little bit older and more confident in the pocket."
"We're used to being on the big stage. I think our guys translate the glare of the lights to making plays in the game. I think that they did that against Oregon in Dallas, and they've really done it right on through, including Alabama at Alabama."
"They deploy extremely well. You can seldom get an advantage in not having them in alignment that would benefit you. You're going to have to get what you earn."
"To compare me with other great coaches that went before me here, I don't know that it's fair. I think that (Charlie) McClendon and the great names that have gone before me are in a class all themselves, and I'm very fortunate to be mentioned along with those guys."
"I think the secondary played very well. I think there's a nice natural adjustment when Tyrann Mathieu steps back to the middle. I think you'll find that (Craig) Loston will be really more ready than he was last week, and Eric is expected to play. He went through warm ups and was really pretty good in warm ups this last Friday, but we decided not to use him. It proved to benefit us as we got through the game without it. I think that he'll be ready to play."
"I think there's a great loyalty in the state to file into Tigers Stadium and root for the Tigers. I think LSU over years has developed a very, very loyal fan base. You use fan base because you really don't know really the words to describe it, but it's probably a historic family tie to the people of Louisiana that's a little bit more personal, a little bit more intimate than maybe some other places.
"I think that, when a young man grows up in a community in Louisiana, that he rightfully looks to playing with the Tigers in Tiger Stadium as a natural place to go to college. So I think we've done a good job in evaluating. I think the guys that we go after here in this state are absolutely the best guys. And they know when they come here, they get to play. We expect them to go to the field.
"Yeah, we're going to do the things that we do, and we're going to challenge that very capable Georgia defense. The need to have a variety of backs allows a fresh ball carrier. I think it's a mistake to fatigue your ball carrier.
"So we're going to keep fresh legs in the game, and we're going to continue to do the things that we do, see how it plays out."