Michigan has reached out to LSU head coach Les Miles.
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Sam Webb, the Managing Editor of GoBlueWolverine on Scout/FoxSports.com is reporting that the University of Michigan has reached out to Les Miles' agent:
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A source speaking to GoBlueWolverine on the condition of anonymity confirmed that Michigan reached out to the agent of LSU coach Les Miles.

The former Michigan player and coach had seen his named mentioned in two prior searches the first of which saw him be mentioned on a national broadcast as having accepted the job. The report proved untrue and over that time Michigan sunk into a sea of inconsistency while Miles led his Tiger program four top five finishes including a national championship (2007) and national champion runner-up (2011), another finish in the top 10 and three more in the top 20 before this year.
Webb also reports that there has been no official word as to whether or not coach Miles will reciprocate Michigan's interest.

More on the Michigan coaching search from FootballScoop:
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Michigan: Michigan has reached out to Les Miles’ agent tonight according to Sam Webb, who covers Michigan football. Combine this with a report today that they have reached out to David Cutcliffe and it sounds like Michigan is trying to kick their search into gear. For what it’s worth, sources close to Cut and Les we have spoken with do not expect significant talks with Michigan.
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Reply76 months
"Was told tonight #Michigan officials offered David Cutcliffe their job but the #Duke coach turned it down."

Lulz
Reply76 months
Whew, the report headline frightened me. For a second I thought about where our program would be for the years coming without Les and it was grim! Him leaving would make us about as good as Tennessee for sure
Reply76 months
Some of y'all sound like the Tenn fans when they wanted Fulmer gone. What have they done since then?
Reply76 months
lsuson
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If only we could be so lucky
Reply76 months
Please leave les
Reply76 months
Finally he gone
Reply76 months
Les will stay here and ride the 2014 recruiting class to back 2 back national championship games!

It all starts in 2015
Reply76 months
He isn't leaving nor should he. This is where he belongs. frick the haters Les.
Reply76 months
He gone!
Reply76 months
This is the third coach Michigan has gone through in the last 8 years. Must not be an easy thing to find a good coach.
Reply76 months
Not a chance he leaves this gold mine he's sitting on.... It would be career suicide!
Reply76 months
Every fricking year we have to hear about this. :overit:
Reply76 months
Run Lester Run !!!! .... all the way to Michigan.
Reply76 months
Bye Coach. We have had a good run. Good luck in Ann Arbor.
Reply76 months
:itshappening:
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