Former LSU coach Les Miles wasted no time congratulating his former faculty on their nationwide title win Monday.
Within minutes of the game ending, Miles, the last coach to steer the Tigers to a title, congratulated everyone at LSU for his or her achievement.
Congratulations to the gamers, coaches, employees and fans of LSU on profitable the National Championship!
— Les Miles (@CoachLesMiles) January 14, 2020
This can be a stylish gesture from Miles, who's now the top coach at Kansas. That’s especially true whenever you keep in mind that when Miles was fired, it was Ed Orgeron who took over, initially on an interim basis.
Miles went 114-34 in just over 11 seasons on the helm at LSU. It might be straightforward for him to be a bit of bit bitter about how things have gone within the three-plus years since his departure, however Orgeron would in all probability be fast to pay tribute to Miles and the inspiration that was inbuilt Baton Rouge.