1 p.m. CT -- "It appears to me that there's a great attitude and a great chemistry going on in this football team." The team voted unanimously to play UNC.
1:01 p.m. CT -- "I think this team has as good a chance as any."
1:04 p.m. CT -- Miles looks like he's ready to fight someone. And he probably is.
1:09 p.m. CT -- Clock management. "That did not go beyond my scrutiny. ... In some of those situations I was, even though prepared for, had not envisioned the time constraints." Increased emphasis on two-minute drills in practice. "We need to re-up the understanding of what must happened in some of those situations both as players and coaches." Um, yeah. To prove his point, Miles spikes the microphone into the podium.
1:17 p.m. CT -- Gulf oil spill? "I saw a beautiful wetlands that I didn't know existed until I got in a Blackhawk helicoper and flew above it. ... I hope that our government and I hope that the powers that be give up the ability to affect people."
1:23 p.m. CT -- "The most dangerous offense is the offense that can't be stopped in any number of spots."
1:28 p.m. CT -- Following a Les Miles sentence is an adventure into linguistic territory rarely traveled by man.
Miles -- and the coaches' portion of SEC Media Days -- is done.