Les Miles’ Baton Rouge home could be yours.
That’s if you have $1.8 million lying around.
The former LSU coach, who was fired following the Tigers’ 18-13 loss to Auburn in late September, has put his 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom house on the market, according to The Advocate.
Realtor.com describes the house as “beautiful, comfortably elegant home in a private gated community.”
The 5,500-square foot home is located about 15 minutes away from Tigers Stadium. Miles purchased the home for $1.1 million in 2005, according to The Advocate.
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Since being fired from LSU, Miles has conducted several interviews indicating that he wants to coach again. The former LSU coach told Sports Illustrated’s Pete Thamel that he believes he has 10-12 years of coaching in him, and that open to “evolving on offense.”
ESPN’s Brett McMurphy then reported on Thursday that Miles has been contacted about coaching opportunities, and has begun thinking about coordinators for his next staff.
Miles refused to get into specifics about the coaching positions, but did say he will be watching every snap of Saturday’s LSU-Alabama game.