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Ed Osteen
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re: Miles as AD
Don’t post your “hypothetical” point in a thread and get mad when people call you out


We are all being hypothetical right? So we can’t protect the retards
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la_birdman
LSU Fan
Lake Charles
Member since Feb 2005
20119 posts

re: Miles as AD
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get mad when people call you out




Who said I'm mad? You're the one lashing out at me simply because I have a different opinion in a scenario that won't happen.








Ed Osteen
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
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Member since Oct 2007
29653 posts

re: Miles as AD
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actually think he'd be a great AD


My bad


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NoGeaux
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Washington DC
Member since Jan 2004
3835 posts

re: Miles as AD
Terrible.


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semjase
LSU Fan
Erra, Taygeta System, Plejares
Member since May 2014
3785 posts

re: Miles as AD
Not AD material.

He's too nice.

Wouldn't fire any HC no matter how bad their teams performed.

Doesn't have the financial-marketing-promotional-negotiation skills either.

Pumpnuts just grasping at straws here.


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pbro62
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since May 2016
1603 posts

re: Miles as AD
Not worth a damn


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Lebowski
LSU Fan
Dallas
Member since Oct 2013
1050 posts
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re: Miles as AD
Why would we continue to hire people that are unqualified???? See head football coach.


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Jones
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Oct 2005
69993 posts
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re: Miles as AD
The guy can barely form a coherent sentence.

My answer is frick no


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ctiger69
LSU Fan
New Orleans Saints/Pelicans Fan
Member since May 2005
21711 posts

re: Miles as AD
No to Les 21-0 Miles.





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timlan2057
LSU Fan
In the Shadow of Tiger Stadium
Member since Sep 2005
8550 posts

re: Miles as AD
Let’s see, he was fired because he hired his buddies and wouldn’t fire them when they proved a liability.

Yeah, Les would make a great AD.


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Tiger Forever
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2006
52 posts

re: Miles as AD
He can't talk - you don't want somebody like that as AD.


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GPayne
LSU Fan
Monroe
Member since Jan 2009
186 posts

re: Miles as AD
Love him as a person. However, I think he is too nice and too loyal to make necessary changes when they are needed. I think his problem with coaching is he is just old school and loves that style of football. He did not change with the times. I just don't see him recognizing when something needed to be changed and actually pull the trigger. Also, who's to say he wont be trying to meddle with the coaches and how they coach. Now, i'd love to have him here as recruiting coordinator!


Midtiger farm
Member since Nov 2014
676 posts

re: Miles as AD
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Now, i'd love to have him here as recruiting coordinator


yea so he can mismanage the roster and sign a bunch of fullbacks and kickers while neglecting the lines then bump up the class rating by signing some 4* DBs and receivers while being horrible at evaluating QBS
What a great recruiting coordinator!
Thank you Les for the good years but you should have no role at LSU ever again!


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Tiger Prawn
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2016
4919 posts

re: Miles as AD
Just hire Miles back as HC, then O's buyout is no longer an issue since we won't be also paying Miles not to coach either. Maybe Saban will win another NC and can retire, then Miles would become the top recruiter in the SEC and we have dominant enough players to run toss dives down the throats of every defense in the SEC at will.
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EvrybodysAllAmerican
LSU Fan
North of the Trump Wall
Member since Apr 2013
5105 posts
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re: Miles as AD
If the other choice is Joe Alleva, then yes.


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Clark W Griswold
LSU Fan
Walley World
Member since Sep 2012
5378 posts

re: Miles as AD
How can you fire a guy and then hire him to be the boss of the position he was fired for. Why do we always have to hire people you're familiar with at LSU?


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coolmonk
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2007
980 posts

re: Miles as AD
Here's a novel idea. Let's hire a proven AD that's done this successfully before


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Old
LSU Fan
Metairie
Member since Dec 2016
906 posts

re: Miles as AD
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Les on Off the Bench: Describes his teams' cultureNotes from Les Miles' call to Off the Bench this morning:




I forget which CFB programs have interviewed Les Miles for extended employment as their head coach? Michigan might if Jim Harbaugh were to vacate perhaps?


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TigerFan55555
LSU Fan
Tomball, TX
Member since Nov 2008
6519 posts

re: Miles as AD
its actually not a bad question.. as hopefully we will be searching for an AD position soon.. I think the optics of him being the AD would be good, he did make solid hires. But being the AD is also alot about numbers and vision and how to attain that vision.. No one ever questioned the mans heart for the school, I hated him as a football coach from Day 1, i never wanted him here, his success at OSU came from Gundy. But he is a great man, great family man, and a fair man. If im in charge of hiring the AD, id want to have a conversation with him about becoming the AD. See what he has to say, get his thoughts. Find out what his vision would be and what he would want to do to attain that vision. my gut feeling tells me he wouldnt be a bad AD at all.


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OchoDedos
Texas Fan
Tejas
Member since Oct 2014
6545 posts

re: Miles as AD
I'm really conflicted on this. Despite his neanderthalic approach to offense, Miles does know football, he understands the SEC, and he understands the talent level needed to compete in the SEC. Given that, I beleive Miles could evaluate and hire an excellent HC, and help assembling a staff. In regards to managing an Athletic Dept, who knows.


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