What Does Les Miles’ Firing Mean for OSU?

By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Monday, September 26

WHAT DOES LES MILES’ FIRING MEAN FOR OSU?: During his 12 year tenure at LSU, Les Miles was the winningest coach in program history (with a higher winning percentage than Nick Saban at LSU). On Sunday, Miles was fired canned after a disappointing 2-2 start and a sputtering offense. What does the firing mean for OSU? Implications could be felt most immediately on the recruiting trail. It may bring a pulse in OSU’s prospects for five-star LB Dylan Moses, writes Ari Wasserman. What other ways could it make an impact? Matt Brown takes an early look.

BUCKEYES HOLD AT NO. 2 IN AP POLL: Ohio State is No. 2 in the AP poll. Of note: That School Up North No. 4; Wisconsin No. 8; Nebraska No. 15; Michigan State No. 17. See the full poll here.

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