Les Miles reflects after Kansas ends streak with huge road win
Les Miles has put together his first huge win as head coach of the Kansas Jayhawks, and he only needed a few weeks to accomplish it.
Miles’ Jayhawks beat Boston College on the road Friday night 48-24. The victory marked Kansas’ first road win over a Power 5 opponent since 2008, snapping a 48-game losing streak.
The first-year Kansas head coach reflected on the accomplishment following the win.
“Coming back to college coaching was for moments just like this,” Miles said in his postgame interview with ESPN. “The opportunity to take a player that’s maybe not the best player now but then develop him and give him technique and win games like this … these assistant coaches and the group of people that I’m fortunate to represent … just wonderful.”
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People laughed at Miles when he went into acting after failing to get serious looks for several coaching jobs following his firing by LSU. The 65-year-old is showing that he and his methods are not too outdated to win in college football.
Miles’ Jayhawks are now 2-1 and still have a long road ahead with a tough Big 12 schedule upcoming.