Les Miles: Reportedly Spurns Michigan Job, Staying at LSU
Les Miles will not be the head coach of Michigan football in 2011, according to freep.com. The website released an article earlier today to announce Miles had decided to return to LSU and spurn Michigan once again.
"Miles, who met with Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon in Baton Rouge, La., Monday night, will remain at Louisiana State, according to a person familiar with the situation."
The revelation comes just days after LSU defeated Texas A&M in the AT&T Cotton Bowl. Rumors had been surrounding Miles and the potential Michigan job almost instantly after the Wolverines fired Rich Rodriguez, who compiled a 15-22 record in just three seasons with the program.
Miles was questioned repeatedly after the game, but would not offer any answer to the questions, repeatedly changing the topic while stating his love for all things LSU and Baton Rouge.
It is unclear what made Miles choose LSU over Michigan, but most sources point to a meeting Miles and Brandon shared in Baton Rouge. However, it has not been reported that Brandon offered Miles the job.
Read more: LSU's Les Miles won't be next Michigan coach | freep.com | Detroit Free Press http://www.freep.com/article/20110111/SPORTS06/110111041/LSU-s-Les-Miles-won-t-be-next-Michigan-coach#ixzz1AkZq1DS7
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