NFL Media ranks LSU HC Les Miles as the No. 15 college football coach on the hot seat.
"It's hard to imagine LSU getting rid of Miles, who has averaged 10 wins per season and has won a national title. But SEC programs are notoriously quick on the trigger, and while all SEC fan bases are demanding, LSU's is especially so," wrote College Football 24/7 writer Mike Huguenin. Miles holds a career 103-29 record in 10 seasons, but he went just 8-5 last year, tied for the worst mark of his LSU tenure. His offenses have stalled out over the past few years. "LSU was 4-4 in conference play last season, and the last time the Tigers had back-to-back seasons of .500 or less in SEC games was 1998 and 1999," Huguenin wrote. "The coach was Gerry DiNardo, and he was fired late in the 1999 season. Again, it's extremely difficult to imagine that fate for Miles, but if LSU goes 8-5 again (or, heaven forbid, worse) ..." Jun 2 - 7:25 PM