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Son of Former LSU Coach Transferring to Texas A&M

Ben Miles, the son of former LSU head football coach Les Miles, is transferring to Texas A&M from Nebraska.

The younger Miles announced his decision via Twitter Sunday afternoon.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Miles was ranked as the No. 2 (247) and No. 3 (ESPN) overall Fullback in the 2017 recruiting class coming out of Catholic High School (Baton Rouge, LA.)

His father, Les, coached at LSU from 2005-2016, leading the Tigers to a 114-34 overall record and a BCS National Championship in 2007.

Miles didn’t see any action as a freshman for the Cornhuskers in 2017, and made the decision to transfer following the hiring of new head coach Scott Frost, who features very little fullback play in his offense.

(Source: Nebraska Athletics)

According to 247 Sports, Miles is expected to sit out 2018 before joining the Aggies as a walk-on in 2019.


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Posted by on Jul 2 2018. Filed under Sports.
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