Les Miles is an American college or university football coach and former participant with a net worth of twelve million. Born Leslie Edwin Miles in 1953 in Elyria, Ohio, Les Miles had along the offensive line for the Faculty of Michigan Wolverines in 1974 and 1975. Miles got the 1st taste of his of coaching experience at Michigan as a graduate assistant from 1980 till 1981. He later coached the offensive line at Colorado through 1982 until 1986 prior to going back to Michigan to take exactly the same role. In 1995, he left Ann Arbor to work as the offensive coordinator at Oklahoma State, where he stayed through until 1997 prior to the Dallas Cowboys hired him to coach the tight ends of theirs. In 2001, Miles was hired as the head coach at Oklahoma State. 4 years later, he became the head coach at Louisiana State Faculty, and has kept the position ever since. Miles has a 130 49 record as being a head coach midway through the 2014 season, and is 7 5 all time in bowl games. Miles won the only national championship of the career of his so far in 2007. He won 2 SEC championships and 3 SEC Western Division championships. He earned Coach of the Year honors from a variety of outlets, including the Associated Press as well as Home Depot, in 2011. Miles has 4 kids with the wife of his.
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