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We now know how much Kansas is paying Les Miles to no longer be the team's football coach.
The school said Tuesday that it would be paying Miles just under $2 million as part of its separation agreement with the 67-year-old coach.that it was parting ways with Miles after putting him on administrative leave on Friday.
Miles, who was under contract through 2023, made $3.3 million in 2020 after a $150,000 reduction because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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KU agreed to pay Les Miles a settlement of $1,991,062.50.
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Miles was under contract through the 2023 season before sexual harassment allegations from his time at LSU surfaced.— Benton Smith (@BentonASmith)
Miles was put on leave after it became public thatwhile he was the coach at LSU. Miles was accused of kissing a female student twice, harassing others and also requiring female students who worked in recruiting to look a certain way. While Miles denied the allegations to LSU during the investigation, he was ordered to not have any contact with female students after it was complete.
Former athletic director Joe Alleva said at the time of the investigation into Miles thatMonday, former LSU president F. King Alexander said that against Miles.
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Miles was fired at LSU in 2016 after a 2-2 start to the season. He was out of coaching until Kansas hired him ahead of the 2019 season. The school has said that it was unaware of the allegations against Miles at the time of his hiring. Monday night, it termed its separation with Miles as a "mutual" one,Miles was 3-18 in two seasons at KU.
The release of the details into the investigation of Miles' behavior came as part of a larger investigation into the way that LSU handled sexual misconduct allegations at LSU. That report was released on Friday, two weeks after it was
Kansas' settlement with Miles is also thein the past nine months. The school settled with former coach David Beaty — who preceded Miles — for $2.55 million in June. Kansas had tried to fire Beaty for cause over NCAA violations and not pay him a buyout. Beaty sued and said Kansas had launched an investigation into alleged NCAA violations to avoid paying his buyout.
Bill Self's Lifetime Contract Makes Clear Where Kansas's Priorities Lie
The ongoing investigation clouding the men's basketball program did not dissuade the Jayhawks' administration one bit.That was the loud, clear, unmistakable message from Kansas Friday. We like to win, we don’t care how, we don’t care what NCAA sanctions may come, we don’t care about anything but continuing to win. Thus, Bill Self is Coach For Life.
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LSU associate athletic director Sharon Lewis is filing a $50 million Title IX lawsuit against the school, former football coach Les Miles and a law firm representing the school. "Members of the LSU Board of Supervisors, LSU Athletic Department, LSU Leadership and their law firm, Taylor Porter entered into a conspiracy to hide Les Miles’ sexual harassment investigation from federal officials and the public and to retaliate against Ms. Lewis," theHer attorneys Larry English, Bridgett Brown and Tammye Brown announced on Tuesday that the suit will be filed in Louisiana’s 19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge on Wednesday.