What Has Les Miles Learned Since Leaving Oklahoma State? 'The Earth Is Round'
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Kansas head football coach Les Miles went big picture when answering what he's learned since leaving Oklahoma State...

(The Big Lead)
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com


Is this a comedy sketch? Because Coach Miles can't write this quality comedy right off of the top of his head -- he must have a team of comedy writers helping him.
Reply13 days
A great man. I’ve learned much from him over the years.
Reply21 days
Never could just come out and explain things and be honest with us. Yep, don't miss that.
Reply22 days
“In some areas it’s flat” making it extremely easy to run with 9 men in the box, that’s why I do it.
Reply23 days
God I don’t miss that dumbass
Reply24 days
.”...everyone in this room is now dumber for having to listen to...”
Reply24 days
Do not miss that schtick
Reply24 days
Man, his act is old and I used to like him as LSU’s coach. Damn, kinda of sick of his shite now after watching the Tigers lay it on the Tide.
Reply24 days
He has learned to fire useless offensive coordinators. That’s good enough for a Master’s Degree in coaching.
Reply24 days
Absolute moron. Good riddance.
Reply24 days
Still making Les sense as always. Some things never change.
Reply24 days
LOL: Never change Lester, Never ever change!
Reply24 days
bless his heart
Reply24 days
Les and Leach are national treasures.
Reply24 days
He thought it was flat until he played in the NASA movie
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He is definitely on the spectrum
Reply24 days
I guess everybody can see how much he held LSU back NOW.
Reply24 days
I for one could never stand his babble. I'd much rather listen to "Mr. Tremendous" any day of the week.
Reply24 days
He learned to keep on trudging through when you are right, and to keep getting paid when you are wrong.
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