With Les Miles now taking over as head coach of Kansas, it looks like he is finally ready to cut his remaining ties to LSU and the state of Louisiana.
According to USA Today, Miles has formally put his home in Baton Rouge up for sale.
Per the report, the house includes "four bedrooms, five bathrooms, an L-shaped pool and a cabana courtyard."
The asking price is reportedly $1.495 million.
Trulia provided some photos of the million-dollar home:
Miles served as head coach of the LSU Tigers from 2005 to 2016, capturing two SEC titles and a BCS National Championship in 2007.
He was fired in 2016 following a 2-2 start, and spent the following two years out of football.
On November 18, 2018, he was announced as the new head coach of the Kansas football team following the dismissal of David Beatty.
Kansas finished the 2018 season with a 3-9 record, their best record since 2014, and their 10th straight losing season.
Now that he's moving to heart of the United States, and making serious money coaching one of the more downtrodden college football teams, Miles is apparently leaving his former life in Louisiana behind.
Whether or not anyone actually buys that house he'll likely never need again remains to be seen.
Then again, who's to say that a diehard LSU fan or booster won't buy the house as a shine to the last coach to lead the Tigers to a national title?