Has anybody in Knoxville asked any of the Volunteers players who they would like to be their coach next season?
Amid reports, suggestions, take backs, and a variety of Twitter meltdowns, Tennessee freshman quarterback Will McBride put another name in the hat for athletic director John Currie to consider.
He did it with one simple gif:
— Will McBride (@willmcbride_) November 29, 2017
Les Miles would certainly be a big name and a very experienced and qualified hire for the Volunteers. He has a wealth of experience in the SEC, although late in his tenure at LSU his kryptonite was a failure to consistently defeat rivals and win big games.
But as the Tennessee administration gets into the second page (at least?) of its list of potential candidates, a call to Miles can’t be too far away.
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