BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- LSU's Les Miles says he anticipates meeting with representatives from Michigan to discuss the Wolverines' head coaching vacancy.
Miles says no one from Michigan has contacted him directly yet and that he does not know when such a meeting with his alma mater might take place. Miles says he cannot speculate about the substance of such a meeting and also says he is "extremely happy" at LSU and that his family is comfortable living in Baton Rouge.
Miles spoke Monday shortly after LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson announced he's turning pro.
Miles is 62-17 with a national championship in six years at LSU.
Rich Rodriguez last week was fired as Michigan coach with a 15-22 mark in three seasons