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Kansas head coach Les Miles is out after sexual misconduct allegations from his tenure at LSU

Les Miles Kansas fired out sexual misconduct
Sextual Misconduct from his time at LSU has cost Les Miles his job at Kansas after a horrible start.

Former LSU head coach Les Miles has been fired again. This time Kansas fired Miles because of his past.

Miles was just 3-18 in two seasons with the Jayhawks. Miles was placed on administrative leave before parting ways.

Kansas announced Miles’ departure Monday night, describing it as a mutual agreement to part ways.

Miles has three years left on his original five-year contract with the school that pays him $2.775 million annually through December 2023 and includes several bonuses, among them a $675,000 retention bonus paid last November.

According to The Salt Lake Tribune, after LSU released a 148-page review by a law firm about the university’s handling of sexual misconduct complaints campus-wide. One part described how Miles “tried to sexualize the staff of student workers in the football program by, for instance, allegedly demanding that he wanted blondes with big breasts, and ‘pretty girls.’”

Miles was investigated at LSU when several female students that worked in the football program accused the coach of inappropriate behavior back in 2012.

Where will Kansas go next? They need to find a new head caoch that can get them a win.


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