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Surely you remember the name: Les Miles. He was the highly successful football coach at LSU until last September. He won a national championship in 2007, he won two SEC titles. His overall coaching record is 141-65, which is good at any level, much less at Power 5 conference schools such as Oklahoma and LSU.
But Miles didn’t win enough at LSU and just as fast as you could say Roll Tide–which is the main reason Miles didn’t win enough in Baton Rouge–Miles was an ex-coach.
But he was still a young 63 and said he wanted to well, keep coaching, somewhere.
So when the annual coaching carousel began in late November, Miles spun the wheel. He tried Purdue, Houston, Minnesota. Nothing. He tried Western Michigan when Western Michigan coach P.J. Fleck moved to Minnesota. He flirted with California. Still nothing.
Now there is chatter that he might wind up in the NFL–as an assistant coach. The rest of this article is available to subscribers only – to become a subscriber click here.