Biography: Les Miles

Real Name: Leslie Edwin Miles

Occupation: Actor, American Football Coach

Date of Birth: 10 November 1953

How Old is Les Miles: 64 years

Birth Place: Elyria, Ohio, U.S.

How Tall is Les Miles: 6 feet 2 inches (1.89 m)

Weight: 267 lbs.

Nationality: American

Family: He is the son of Hope Miles and Kathryn Miles. He has two brothers Eric and Mark and a sister Ann Hope Browne.

Wife: Kathy Miles

Les Miles Facts:

In 2005, he took over as football coach at Louisiana State University, previously he coached Oklahoma State.

He played Football, Baseball, and Wrestling.

Les met his wife Kathy at the University of Michigan, where Kathy was an assistant for women’s basketball team.

Les and his wife host a function to raise fund for children’s miracle network.

Les is nicknamed as “The Hat” and “The mad hatter” for his signature white cap.

Les has won championships as National in 2007, SEC in 2007, 2011, SEC Western Division in 2005, 2007, 2011.

Les Miles Quotes:

“I just want to remind everybody that it’s Columbus Day. That all those of you that know Italians and like Italians are the people that might venture on to a ship and travel to explore and find new lands, this is your day. It’s not St. Patty’s Day. That’s a different day entirely.”

“The team is never about the single player. It’s not about the injury that keeps a star out of a certain game, and it’s not about the coach. It’s about the strength, and the abilities of the sum.”

“I am disappointed, but I am realistic too. When you put your defense back on the field repeatedly, the offense needs to do its job and the defense needs to get itself off the field.”

“Jamie Keehn, our second Australian punter. Again, you have to learn the language. You just can’t speak to those guys. You have to know how to speak Australian. … Australians have a higher voice. When you just speak regular English, it doesn’t quite get across. Of course, we’ve had experience with our Australians, so we’re pretty comfortable with adjusting our dialect so that it fits the ability to communicate.”

“Congratulations to the Auburn team and coach Malzahn. The piece for us was that we took some first and ten’s and could not get a third down conversion. We kept putting the defense on the field. We tackled, we played hard, but offensively we did not execute. We are a work in progress. Certainly a group of men that are committed to fixing things. But frankly, we did not get it done today.”

“There was a contact between a football player and a cheerleader, male I might add. That male cheerleader clipped me from the side as I was running full speed, or slower than full speed, but generally, in the upper quadrant of speed. And I hit the ground pretty good.”

“My brother was a year younger than I am and he was never in the home with me hardly at all, … My mom had to take him to every school there possibly was to get him some education. He ended up first in Columbus, Ohio, for grade school, then went to a high school for the deaf and Galludet in Washington.”

“This is what you should do, let it rest. I’m playing football for LSU. I’m preparing for R-Kansas. I’m preparing for the next game, and the next game after that.”

Les Miles Filmography:

Television

  • 1994 Thrifty Car Rental Holiday Bowl (1994)
  • 1997 Builders Square Alamo Bowl (1997)
  • ESPN’s Sunday Night Football (1998)
  • 2002 EV1.net Houston Bowl (2002)
  • 2004 MasterCard Alamo Bowl (2004)
  • 2007 Allstate Sugar Bowl (2007)
  • 2008 Allstate BCS National Championship Game (2008)
  • 2008 Chick-fil-A Bowl (2008)
  • 2010 Capital One Bowl (2010)
  • 2011 AT&T Cotton Bowl (2011)
  • ESPN First Take (2011)
  • ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime (2011)
  • 2012 Allstate BCS National Championship Game (2012)
  • 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl (2012)
  • 2014 Outback Bowl (2014)
  • 30 for 30 (2015)
  • 2015 AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl (2015)
  • All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals (2016)
  • Born To Lead: The Sal Aunese Story (2016)
  • Mike & Mike (2015-2017)
  • SEC Nation (2017)

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