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Has the Miles door finally closed?

According to Baton Rouge newspaper The Advocate, Les Miles's contract has been approved by a committee from the LSU board of supervisors. The full board is expected to approve said contract tomorrow.

However, Detroit Free Press columnist Drew Sharp reported on 1270 WXYT this afternoon that Martin, Carr and Miles will all be in Orlando tonight for the Outland Trophy ceremony, for which Michigan offensive tackle Jake Long and LSU DT Glenn Dorsey are both nominated. According to Sharp, it is expected that the two UM representatives will meet with Miles. Last night, Glenn Dorsey, one of Miles's players, took home the Rotary Lombardi Award in Houston. Michigan offensive tackle Jake Long was also a finalist. Reportedly, Carr was in attendance, while Miles and Martin were not.

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“Has the Miles door finally closed?”