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Les Miles Reveals He Hasn't Been Offered A Single Head Coaching Job

The former LSU head coach says he hasn't received a single offer.

Les Miles hasn't been in the college game since 2016, when he was unceremoniously fired by LSU after an 18-13 loss to Auburn, and the prospects of him finding a head coaching gig now appear to be pretty grim.

Miles joined Marcus Spears on ESPN Radio this week and was asked how many schools have reached out to him.

The answer? "None."

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Miles says he wants to get back into coaching, adding that being a coach is who he is and that he hopes to get another opportunity.

Miles served as LSU's head coach from 2005 to 2016, and won a national championship with the Tigers in 2007.