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Former LSU head coach Les Miles returned to the Twitter World on Wednesday to announce that he will "covering some of his favorite teams this fall."



Just one day later, ESPN announced that Miles will serve as a guest analyst for the season opener between Michigan and Florida in Arlington, Texas.
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Longtime LSU head coach Les Miles will serve as a guest analyst for the season opener. In addition to his extensive SEC background, Miles was a player and coach at Michigan. Miles' former running back, Derrius Guice, will be featured in an in-depth story reported by Rutledge. Also, former South Carolina and longtime Florida head coach Steve Spurrier, and additional guests, will stop by the set throughout the telecast.
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Say what you will about Les as a coach. But I can't wait to see him broadcasting games this year. He speaks his own language and should be very entertaining!
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Money must all be gone.
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I'll have to mute my TV with Michigan kicks their a$$.
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Let er'rip !!!
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Well. We'll witness that stellar IQ again.
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Did he really have to identify himself on his own Twitter profile? :lol:
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There's that retard clap that we all love :lol:
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Should be entertaining to say the least.
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Proof that you don't need a journalism degree or even be able to form a grammatically sound sentence to work for ESPN
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"Les Miles here"
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Dude is a clown show
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For the love of God. Please no.
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Congrats to Les.
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