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

Posted by Brandon Galvin on January-10-2011 Add Comments

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 2007, there was speculation that Miles would fill the vacant Michigan head coach position.

Miles stayed and has seen continued success with the Tigers. This season, he took LSU to the Cotton Bowl and coached his Tigers to a 41-24 victory.

In his six-year tenure with the Tigers, Miles has a 62-17 record. He won five of six bowl games. He failed to finish fi...

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