Skip actually opened with a good question imo.
He said, you're known as the Mad Hatter, taking chances, etc, but you tell me, how would you describe your coaching style.
Miles said his focus is always to have his team prepared, and his "risks" are always rehearsed and practiced to perfection, and the play isn't called until he's confident the players can run it right, and the situation is appropriate.
He said the idea that he calls them to the sideline and says hey let's draw this up in the dirt is never the case.
He also told SA on a follow up question about how he feels comfortable and never backs down from the spotlight that he's never met a football coach that wasn't prepared to step up and make the tough decisions because someone has to finish second every game and he is willing to do whatever it takes to make sure his team finishes first when he walks off the field. That's the nature of this business.
Overall a good segment, much better than the Fowler segment on Sportscenter imo. Skip and SA seemed to gain some respect as it went on, and he was schmoozing like a boss with the anchor woman as they went off air giving her some flack for being a UCLA fan before giving her a big hug.
This post was edited on 7/22 at 12:25 pm