WATCH: Les Miles puts on Nebraska hat to celebrate son Ben on National Signing Day
Les Miles had the red and white tie. Now he’s got the Nebraska hat.
The former LSU coach celebrated his son’s signing with Nebraska by putting on a Huskers hat while on television doing analysis for ESNU. Miles’ son, Ben, is a 3-star fullback from Catholic High School (Baton Rouge, La).
Miles initially wore a red and white tie to seemingly show support for his son’s big day. Then he went even further way from the LSU colors to go with a red and white Nebraska hat.
Les Miles wears Nebraska hat
— ESPNU (@ESPNU) February 1, 2017
The younger Miles is listed at 6-foot-1 and 210 pounds. The 2017 recruit is also the country’s No. 2 fullback. Thanks to Miles and others, the Huskers are on pace to finish in the Top 25 for 247Sports’ class rankings.
The former LSU coach had some fun putting on the hat while on television.
— Renato Mazariegos (@RPMSports18) February 1, 2017
Earlier on Wednesday, Miles said he planned on wearing a Huskers hat at some point for National Signing Day. The coach, who went 114-34 at LSU and won a national championship, kept his promise.
— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) February 1, 2017