LSU Keeps Miles - at Steep Price

Brett Duke/New Orleans TImes-Picayune

LSU Coach Les Miles won't be calling the Hogs or become that Mad Hog Hatter. After a brief, and unofficial, courtship with Arkansas, Miles is staying at LSU and getting a raise and contract extension out of the deal, the school announced on Wednesday.

"Our conversations (with Arkansas) were very preliminary and fell short of any major, major interest," Miles said at a press conference.

"I can tell you I very much respect those Razorbacks and how they played in that last game, but I am an LSU head coach and will be and LSU coach as long as I can be."

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