BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Ryan Perrilloux's LSU career didn't end well, as a series of off the field problems and a poor attitude led to his dismissal roughly eight years ago.
Perrilloux became one of the greatest "what could've been" stories in the history of LSU athletics, as many felt he could've been an All-American and perhaps had the chance to lead the Tigers to a national championship. Instead, his career fell far short of expectations and consequently, LSU has largely struggled at the quarterback position since he left.
Perrilloux has the MVP of LSU's 2007 SEC Championship win over Tennessee and was considered one of the greatest football talents ever bred in Louisiana. His ceiling was high.
But on Saturday afternoon during a 7 on 7 camp at LSU, it was clear there's no bad blood between Perrilloux and Coach Miles. Check out the video of their visit and Perrilloux's thoughts about now coaching quarterbacks at his alma mater, East St. John High School.