Les Miles remains out of coaching over a year after being fired by LSU. He interviewed for many positions in the months that followed his firing but did not land any jobs.
Les Miles made his television debut on ESPN Thursday night sitting alongside an All-Star cast of analysts, and the former LSU coach did not disappoint those who were hoping for some of his token quir
Les Miles was unable to find a head coaching job that he considered worthwhile for the 2017 college football season, so he will have to settle for working as a TV analyst.
Les Miles was unable to secure a return to head coaching for the upcoming season, so he’s decided to do the next best thing: join the media.
Many have speculated that Les Miles would be a natural fit as a television analyst while he is not coaching college football, but the former LSU coach does not feel the same way, at least yet.
Les Miles was among the candidates for the Western Michigan job, but he reportedly is out of consideration for the gig.
Les Miles is still unemployed into January, but it’s not because he isn’t open to whatever job offers may come his way.
Minnesota is starting off its coaching search by interviewing some high profile names.
In addition to interviewing Western Michigan’s P.J.