Why Les is not more.

Submitted by Bluemandew on January 9th, 2011 at 6:00 PM

I was just wondering if anyone could explain to me why we would want Les Miles as our coach? With his sleazy ness with over recruiting and the rumors of his negative recruiting against Michigan I don't want him anywhere near Schembechler Hall. Can any of you give me a good reason why he should be our coach other than he played here?

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coldnjl

January 9th, 2011 at 6:31 PM ^

I don't know why everyone is worried about oversigning when we are losing potential members of this class like flies. We are going to need his power of signing more than he needs to to rescue it. 

And he has WON a NC. Did the Pioneer coach did that?

JDM

January 9th, 2011 at 6:03 PM ^

Could be because he has won a national championship and has consistently had success in the SEC. 

Just my guess though.  Call me crazy.

MGolem

January 9th, 2011 at 8:30 PM ^

after MIles stayed at LSU and we hired Rich Rod every Michigan fan decided that Miles was a cheating SEC bum but we seem to be ignoring the facts. Along with his SEC success he did well at Oklahoma State with less talent than a lot of other teams in that conference (including beating a couple of very good Oklahoma teams). His teams play great defense (at least at LSU) and play well against the good teams. He is 8-4 against Auburn and Alabama, 3-3 against Florida, and 6-3 in bowl games. While he has some exhibited some less than stellar behavior let's not forget that Rich Rod came to Michigan with some question marks. Yes, he has earned the name Mad Hatter but I would prefer that mentality over the mad-punter or mad-conservative. People point to his "clock managment" problems but I would rather go for it all on fourth down than punt to the other team and watch them they bleed the clock out (how many games did we lose under Lloyd that we should have won). He is going to bring a great staff, recruit well nationally, and win. Don't forget he is one of only 6 active coaches (Saban, Paterno, Tressel, Stoops, Brown) who have won a national championship and he did it in the SEC. Personally, I was dreaming of Harbaugh but Miles is the logical second choice so lets hope DB can get it done so we can move on with this freak show.

Winged Helmet Fan

January 9th, 2011 at 8:24 PM ^

This could be the coach that tests the "winning solves everything" mantra that seems so prevalent. I have to think if LM were a girl, he'd be the one with thigh high black boots, big openly exposed tits, lots of make up, and kinda wild hair, a total slut. She would be fun to go out with and fun to be seen with in certain places. Introducing her to your parents and/or priest/pastor whatever could be interesting. And even though she rocks your world every night, she's so good that many came before you and many will probably come after you or perhaps while she is with you.

That's the allure of Les, more or less.

BlueVoix

January 9th, 2011 at 9:16 PM ^

I have to think if LM were a girl, he'd be the one with thigh high black boots, big openly exposed tits, lots of make up, and kinda wild hair, a total slut. She would be fun to go out with and fun to be seen with in certain places. Introducing her to your parents and/or priest/pastor whatever could be interesting. And even though she rocks your world every night, she's so good that many came before you and many will probably come after you or perhaps while she is with you.

That's the allure of Les, more or less.

wat?

King Douche Ornery

January 9th, 2011 at 10:28 PM ^

Of "If XXX was a woman"

The last thing I think about when i see a college coach is his boobs. In fact, it's not even the last thing i think about when i see a college coach. i think of a guy who works 20 hours a day and eats nothing but candy bars, washing them down with coffee and vodka.

College coaches to women is an analogy whose time has long since passed. I like to think of WOMEN when i think of women, and michigan beating the hell out of Ohio State when i think of college football coaches.