ATLANTA (AP) -LSU coach Les Miles will remain the school's football coach rather than consider a move to Michigan, athletic director Skip Bertman said Saturday.
``Coach Miles and the chancellor have already worked out a contract that they're happy with, but it hasn't been signed yet,'' Bertman said.
The announcement came less than three hours before the No. 5 Tigers played No. 14 Tennessee in the Southeastern Conference championship game.

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