What’s Les Miles going to do now that he’s no longer the coach of LSU?
For one thing, he’s going to root for his alma mater.
Miles, who was fired Sunday just four games into his 12th season in Baton Rouge, went on the air with Dan Patrick on Monday morning. Miles opened up about his firing and what he’s going to do next, and he was eventually asked what teams he would root for now that he was no longer a head coach.
The former Michigan offensive lineman stated the Wolverines as one of the teams he’ll cheer for along with LSU, Oklahoma State (where he was head coach from 2001-04) and North Carolina, where his son, Manny, is a redshirt freshman quarterback.
Les Miles: I'll be rooting for the LSU Tigers, and the Cowboys and TarHeels and University of Michigan.
— Mike Hoss WWL-TV (@MHossWWL) September 26, 2016
Miles led the Tigers to the BCS National Championship in 2007 and was 114-34 overall as LSU’s head coach, including a 62-28 mark in the SEC. However, he was let go after a 2-2 start to the 2016 season, which featured losses to Wisconsin and Auburn.