He called for a fake 47-yard field goal(ON 4th and 12!) in the second quarter that was snuffed out.
He later gambled just before halftime by trying a 55-yard field goal that Alleman missed well short, giving the Tide the field position it needed to drive 63 yards to push their lead to 14-3 at intermission.
In the second half,
it was a failed onsides kick after Jeremy Hill's touchdown pulled LSU within 14-10.
Then, rather than attempt a 41-yard field goal that would have given the Tigers a 20-14 lead with about 8:40 left, Miles opted to go for it on a fourth-and-1 at the Tide 24, and Spencer Ware was stuffed.