LSU Should Have Just Said 'No' to Miles

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Les Miles Extension: When Will an Athletic Director Call a Coach's Bluff?   


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Gimme all your moneys! 

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According to ESPN, head coach Les Miles and LSU agreed on a seven-year contract and a pay raise Wednesday. But hopefully an athletic director will have the nerve to call a coach's bluff in the future.


Not because I care that schools are overpaying coaches. Not because I do not want coaches to get raises. Hell, not even because I do not enjoy seeing athletic directors get duped and panic. To be honest, if you can get paid, get paid.



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