Former LSU Coach Les Miles Returns to Twitter, Gets New Job
Despite rumors of Les Miles returning to the sidelines for Ole Miss, they were just that, rumors! The former LSU head coach returned to Twitter yesterday saying that he’ll be covering some of his favorite teams this fall!
Les Miles here. Looking forward to being back on Twitter. I’ll be covering some of my favorite teams this fall. Gotta love college football🏈
— Les Miles (@CoachLesMiles) August 9, 2017
Here’s what we know. Les won’t be coaching this year despite rumors that several schools were interested. He’s announced that he will be joining the media this fall, but we don’t know for sure who he will be working for. He has confirmed that he visited at least one network and that was Fox. BTW, Miles is still saying that he’d like to return to coaching in 2018.
Judging by the responses on Twitter, folks are happy to see Les Miles involved with college football again, even garnering support from fans of other SEC teams! Here are some of my favorite responses. And just so you know Coach, we’ll be rooting for you here in Shreveport! Call us if you need any tips, being a part of the media isn’t as easy as it looks!
.So, don’t believe everything you read or hear on the radio right Coach? Can’t wait to see & hear about where ya land! Best to Smacker & Fam
— Tim Brando (@TimBrando) August 9, 2017
Hey Les… Is a hot dog a sandwich?
P.S. I hate you for 2001 and 2002
— RedDirtSports (@RedDirtSport) August 9, 2017
Love it coach! Can’t wait! You will always be a legend at LSU!
— Dirty South Tiger (@Bengal_Buga) August 9, 2017
— Meaux (@CajunTiger1787) August 9, 2017
Introducing yourself on twitter like a BOSS! pic.twitter.com/s0rdVGQcge
— JTeel (@HartwellDawg) August 9, 2017
Welcome back, Coach! pic.twitter.com/T9ecUBlO2R
— Wendy Loup (@wendylikesbooks) August 9, 2017
I will NOT miss seeing him on 🐯sideline! He’s ruined too many games for me as a 🐊FAN! #CHOMPCHOMP
— Jeremy S Smith (@G8R_FAN06) August 9, 2017
Even though I bleed Crimson, I am happy to say Welcome Back Coach! You are good for college football and an excellent leader👍👍👍
— Craig Brashier (@CraigBrashier) August 9, 2017