1. At the time of his dismissal, Les Miles was owed about $9 million, to be paid in monthly installments until 2023.
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3. Les Miles took a lump sum of $1.5 million out of the $6.5 million he was still owed from the folks in Baton Rouge.
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14. In August 2005, days before Les Miles was to make his debut as the coach of LSU, Hurricane Katrina struck southern Louisiana.
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15. On January 2, 2005, Les Miles was named as the 32nd head football coach of Louisiana State University.
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16. Les Miles returned to Oklahoma State in 2001 as the head coach.
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17. At the same time, Les Miles had a rift with the University of Michigan, forcing him to seek employment elsewhere.
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20. Les Miles was born to Bubba, a long-haul trucking broker, and Martha Miles.
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