Frank Wilson, who spent six seasons on the LSU staff under Les Miles before leaving this season for the Texas-San Antonio coaching job, commented but didn’t say much about Sunday’s big move.
Wilson told Tim Griffin of the San Antonio Express-News that’s he’s focused on his own issues with his 1-3 Roadrunners.
“My philosophy has been that I mow my own lawn, I have my own problems,” Wilson told the “Mike Taylor Show” in his weekly spot Monday morning, according to the newspaper. “I don’t know the details of what was going on in Baton Rouge, how close or far away they were for the administrations’ decision or Les, I’m not sure.”
Miles was let go on Sunday afternoon and replaced on an interim basis by Ed Orgeron. Coincidentally, Orgeron gave Wilson his first college coaching job at Ole Miss.
Wilson did say he would welcome a visit or any other input from Miles, who won a national championship at Baton Rouge in 2007.
“Les Miles could come in any day of the week if he would like,” Wilson said, according to the newspaper. “I’d love to have him, but I don’t know if that’s what he wants to do right now.”