Miles is now almost two years out of coaching, since LSU fired him in September 2016 despite a glittering run.
Miles in 12-plus seasons at LSU went 114-34, with two SEC championships and three division titles.
Former Nebraska fullback Ben Miles has announced where he is heading next. Miles, the son of former LSU head coach Les Miles, announced via Twitter he is transferring to Texas A&M. 187 more words
We openly speculated it was the end of the Miles era. Miles lost the Humanoids a long time ago, but now he was losing he’s most enthusiastic supporters. 69 more words
After being fired by LSU back in 2016, Les Miles has yet to land another head coaching job in college football.
However, a move to athletic administration may be in Miles’ future, and he told Matt Moscona on Tuesday that he’d consider being an AD in the future.
When people decribe Les Miles as the Mad Hatter, games such as the 2010 battle against Florida help describe his nickname almost perfectly.
Down three points with 35 seconds left in the game, he brought out kicker Josh Jasper to attempt a fake field goal with Derek Helton working as the holder. 45 more words
Otherwise insignificant events have a way of becoming headlines during college football’s slow season.
Look no further than Les Miles’ radio interview last week, which has caused a minor furor because of the calendar more so than what was actually said.