Saturday’s LSU game against Texas A&M could be the last for head coach Les Miles.
Will he or won’t he be the coach of the LSU tigers next season, or even for the rest of this season…
LSU head coach Les miles reportedly told the LSU Gridiron Club in New Orleans, his last game as head coach will be vs. Texas A&M on Saturday,
but LSU denies that report.
Club members told the times picayune, he didn’t use the exact words, but: he made it clear Saturday would be his last game.
LSU officials continue to refuse to confirm publicly that Saturday is Les’ last game as head coach. The only information coming out of Baton Rouge, pointed to the end of the Miles’ era.
Regardless of your feelings about, Les, he’s proven to be a good coach.
His 110 wins and-33 losses equals a winning percentage of 77 %!
He is the winningest coach in LSU history and 2nd winningest coach in sec history.
Miles won one national championship in 2007, and lost the 2012 BCS national title game to Alabama, and former tiger coach Nick Saban.
Many believe his inability to beat Saban and Bama, is the main catalyst for his release.