Les Miles’ job security could be in serious trouble.
Per Ross Dellenger of The Advocate, changes could be coming to the LSU staff as soon as Monday. Per a source, LSU leaders are expected to enter “deep discussions” within the next 24 hours on the future of the LSU program.
Dellenger added that changes to the LSU staff could come as early as Monday and singled out Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron in particular.
LSU is off to its worst start in the Miles era, as the Tigers have dropped two of their first four games. The Tigers lost 18-13 to Auburn on Saturday night, after LSU failed to get a snap off on the final play of the game. LSU also lost to Wisconsin earlier this season.
The Tigers already have made a quarterback change this season, as the Tigers have benched Brandon Harris in favor of Purdue transfer Danny Etling.
Miles has been at LSU since 2004, and won a national championship with the Tigers in 2007. But the team has struggled in recent years, and LSU lost three consecutive games for the first time since 1999 last season. There were multiple reports that Miles was going to be fired last season, but following a late season win over Texas A&M, Miles kept his job.
LSU, which began this season ranked No. 5 in the AP Poll, fell out of the rankings Sunday. It joins Notre Dame and Oklahoma as teams who were rated in the top 10 to fall completely out of the poll. Notre Dame fired its defensive coordinator earlier Sunday.
LSU hosts Missouri this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on SEC Network. Missouri is coming off a 79-0 win over Delaware State, and quarterback Drew Lock leads the SEC in passing and passing touchdowns.