Post Profile






Les Miles Turned Down Michigan Head Coaching Job in 2011, According to Ex-LSU AD

The stories of Les Miles and the Michigan Wolverines in 2016 couldn't be more different, but the former LSU Tigers head coach apparently turned down a chance to lead the program in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In an interview with ESPN Radio 104.5 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (via ESPN.com's David Ching), on Wednesday, former LSU athletic director Skip Bertman said Miles rejected an offer from the Wolverines in 2011.
read more

share
See more about: Les Miles

Related Posts


Les Miles Smart to Spurn Michigan Reports and Show Commitment to LSU

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

LSU Tigers head football coach Les Miles is one of the most recognizable names in college football and a staple on the rumor mill every time a coaching position opens up with the Michigan Wolverines. After Brady Hoke was fired as th...

Les Miles Will Remain as LSU Head Coach: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles' job is apparently safer than advertised. After a 19-7 LSU victory over the Texas A&M Aggies on Saturday, Tigers athletic director Joe Alleva emphasized that Miles would remain in his current position...

Les Miles, LSU: The Michigan Wolverines Are Clawing for Your Services Now

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Les Miles has been the LSU head coach since 2005. He has done a fantastic job with the program since replacing another great college football coach, Nick Saban. In 2007, Miles led the Tigers to a BCS national championship. Even in 2...

Les Miles Michigan: 10 Things Miles Can Do To Make Michigan BCS Worthy in 2011

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Les Miles Michigan: It appears the Wolverines may have found their Michigan man. ESPN.com reports that LSU head coach Les Miles met with Michigan officials on Monday night to discuss the school's head coaching vacancy. A source tell...

Les Miles is the logical replacement for Lee Corso on ESPN College GameDay

Sports : Awful Announcing

Les Miles was fired as LSU’s football coach last Sunday, and the natural impulse is to wonder what might be next for him. At 62 years old, taking another head coaching job in college appears relatively unlikely, though his success i...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC