Former LSU coach Les Miles has been spending his spring season speaking at various coaching clinics around the country. First, he addressed some coaches in March at North Carolina where his own son is the backup quarterback and spent some time talking there before heading out to Nebraska and South Carolina towards the end of the month. The coach gave some presentations that allowed him to talk about the importance of being both mentally and physically tough, just like former President Theodore Roosevelt. In addition to that, Miles also shared some stories about his own past and career in the sports industry that seemed to hit home with the other coaches.
The Elyria, Ohio native was a star athlete during high school and even earned all-state honors as a football lineman as well as letters for both wrestling and baseball. He ended up attending the University of Michigan, but after just two years as a player he decided to take a different life route. By 1980 he decided to go back to Michigan where he took on an assistant coach position for a couple years. Over the course of his career, Miles also served as a coach for the University of Colorado, Oklahoma State University, Dallas Cowboys, and Louisiana State University where he spent over a decade. Miles departed from his coaching job with LSU in the fall of 2016.
The former college coach spent the spring months this year traveling and speaking at various coaching clinics around the country. Since he is just fresh into his retirement, many of the attendees and coaches were familiar with Miles and excited to hear him speak.
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