Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Les Miles will make his first return back to Tiger Stadium on Saturday to be honored with the 2007 National Championship team on the field during halftime of the Auburn game. Per The Advocate:
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The former LSU coach will be part of the program’s celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the 2007 national championship team. Miles is scheduled to join players from that ’07 team during a reunion on the field at halftime of the Tigers’ game against Auburn, he confirmed in a message Monday night.

Miles, 63, still lives in Baton Rouge and remains an avid supporter of the program he led for nearly 12 years. His return to Tiger Stadium comes less than 13 months after school administrators fired the coach following a loss to this week’s opponent: Auburn.




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Can we just CLOSE the book on Les Miles? Jeez
Reply49 months
Yea, lets close the book on a guy that won a NC and went to another with possibly the most talented defense we've ever seen. I'm not ready to move on to this undeserving shite show we have now.
49 months
maybe they will let Les hold the players back coming out of the tunnel. i'll admit i was sick of seeing that, but i would laugh my arse off he did it again. it would be a slap in Alleva's face
Reply49 months
Maybe O will loosen the leash on Canada in hopes to overshadow Les's return. Knowing the crowd will go nuts for Miles will eat at O's ego.
Reply49 months
Hope it's another "earthquake game" ! Geaux Tigers, Thanks Les Miles, 2007 was a great year!!
Reply49 months
makes me want to go to the game so i can give Les the respect and applause he deserves. Yes we all wanted him gone, but it was a lot of fun while it lasted.
Reply49 months
That man deserves nothing but respect. He loves LSU and he loves Baton Rouge.
Reply49 months
Les for AD! Or an LSU ambassador at the least.
49 months
I hope the applause is thunderous. He deserves it.
Reply49 months
I assume Les will be the one chomping grass and clapping like a seal.
Reply49 months
Coach Miles will get my respect come Saturday. I’m glad I’ll be there to thank him for all he did and all he gave to LSU. I can separate the business from the person. He is the winnigst coach in LSU history and he LOVES the Tigers.
Reply49 months
Actually,Charlie Mac is the winningest coach in LSU history.
49 months
Seriously? Downvoted for stating a fact? You people are ridiculous. Miles was a good coach, but he is Not the winningest coach in LSU history! Look it up!
49 months
Too soon. bad idea. Go to Knoxville coach.
Reply49 months
Can't set when a 10 yr anniversary happens.
49 months
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Dinardo was our most effective recruiter. Kevin Faulk, Rondell Mealey, Cecil Collins, Booger Mcfarland, upset win over #1 UF in 1997.....he also warrants recognition..... LSU 27 ND 9 1997 Independence Bowl: Mealey had 34 carries for 222 yards and 2 touchdowns
Reply49 months
Good! I think they should invite Saban when honoring the 03 team as well. They may no longer be with us, but they were a part of those championships
Reply49 months
Nah, I'm good.
49 months
Agreed...but I wonder whether Saban would accept the invitation? LSU fans haven't exactly been friendly to him in his other returns to TS with the "frick you Saban" student section chants and whatnot.
49 months
Saban was coaching in 2013 for that 10 year anniversary.
49 months
We had some good times.
Reply49 months
Auburn by 20.
Reply49 months
Awkward
Reply49 months
Can't wait to see you again, Les. Wish you were still on the sidelines.
Reply49 months
Noooo-ho-ho-ho-ho- hahahahaha nooooooooo...
49 months
This gon be a good game my friends
Reply49 months
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