Former LSU football coach Les Miles is itching to get back on the sideline.
After being fired following a 2-2 start to the season, Miles spent the remainder of the year appearing on television and serving as a guest analyst.
But while the desk job is cozy, Miles has one goal in mind and that’s to return to coaching.
“I want to coach football,” Miles said during an appearance at Nebraska, according to a report from the Omaha World-Herald. “That’s pretty simple. I want an opportunity at a place that can win and a place where they really want to invest in the players. If they do that, I’m good.”
Miles didn’t fill any of the vacancies this offseason, but if the right opportunity arises in 2017, you can expect to hear Miles putting his name in the mix.
And teams would be wise to gauge his interest. After all, he led the Tigers to a national title and two SEC championships during his tenure.
Miles has an overall head coaching record of 141-55.
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