The University of Kansas and head football coach Les Miles have mutually agreed to part ways after reports of inappropriate conduct with female students have come out recently during his time at LSU. The school announced the news Monday night.
— JayhawkSlant (@JayhawkSlant) March 9, 2021
Miles was recently placed on administrative leave due to the reports coming out during his time at LSU. Multiple female students had allegations against Miles during an investigation into the program’s handling of sexual misconduct.
The Jayhawks were 3-18 in two seasons under Miles. Kansas will immediatley start the search for a new head coach. The University will be looking to find a coach who can help the Jayhawks be bowl eligible for the first time since 2008.
Miles, 67, spent time coaching in college at Oklahoma State, LSU and Kansas. He won the National Championship with LSU in 2007 and has posted a 145-73 record in his career.
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