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The Tiger Rag is reporting that LSU head coach Les Miles spoke with members of the Gridiron Club in Baton Rouge on Friday and indicated that Saturday's game against Texas A&M will be his last game as head coach at LSU.
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The coach appeared in good spirits, sources said, reiterating messages that he’d "always be a Tiger” and "thanks for a great 11 years," but informed the booster club's members, in an indirect but clear manner, that Friday’s meeting would be his last with them, even explicitly saying he would not be coaching LSU’s bowl game.
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Miles has posted a 110-32 record as the head coach at LSU.
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NorthshoreTiger7699 months
I think we can 86 this article
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Hoodoo Man99 months
Good reporting right here.
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Spelt it rong99 months
Lol
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YrNucoach99 months
what we need is a coach who only cares about winning all else should not matter
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BayouTiga99 months
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LSU about to get skull fricked into Tennessee Seasons
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Why don't you get 'skull fricked' a-hole!!!
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CBarkleytruth99 months
All of these comments show what kind of man Coach Miles consistently proves to be. It says everything when as a fanbase we are beyond frustrated with the game product at times but beyond proud of who our leader is as a person. Louisiana people are passionate and real and appreciate those that are brave enough to represent us in the same ways. Thank you Coach for becoming one of us and for representing us. Geaux Tigers
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jrodLSUke99 months
God Bless Les
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reed morton99 months
I live near Penn State but I am an LSU fan. Post Paterno era brought in Bill O'Brien and the JoePa people ran him off. That is why he went to Houston. Now look. No offense, no defense, no tackling, and no pass coverage. They get a guy from Vandy and his assistants and are challenged in all basics of the game. When a guy of Miles' caliber gets dumped and recruits start leaving, as now, what good coach wants the job? To think boosters open wallets and demand a coach, and get it, what the hell is going on?

Yes, Miles has flaws but at least beats the middle of the road teams. I hope I.m wrong because I love LSU but damned I am very worried.
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HeadCoach99 months
Hes not gonna read your comments
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jimbeam99 months
Really?
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GTSwarms99 months
LSU about to get skull fricked into Tennessee Seasons.
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Camo Tiger 33799 months
Thank you for all you've done for this university, the young men you've coached, the class, pride and integrity you've shown while here. Wish you the best Coach Miles.
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Fenwick8699 months
Always appreciated that he represented LSU with nothing but class. Thanks Coach.
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jmercado99 months
Best wishes, Les Miles. Thanks for these 11 years, they were wonderful. I am a LSU Alumni (Class 98), and I have enjoyed every game, bad ones and good ones. I will never forget those memory games, winning against Florida in Tiger Stadium making plays in 4 downs, beating Auburn in the final seconds on 4 qtr, and those fake fieldgoals. FOREVER LSU!!!
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SaintsSBXLIV99 months
Thanks for turning boys into men, he deserves to coach the bowl game.
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tigerMike99 months
What's done is done, but this man gave us 11 years of his passion. Hopefully he gets an uproaring sendoff tomorrow. Pro-change or anti-change, it's time he moved into a revered part of LSU Football history.
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TigerSaints31899 months
It's been a good run coach. I'll never forget you.
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Pepe Lepew99 months
Bring on another Curly Hallman era

Too sad for words
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TexasSinger99 months
A damn strong man you are coach. Good luck in your next endeavour.
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dlambe599 months
Thank you for the many great years CLM!!
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