Just a few short months ago, Les Miles was handcuffed in Baton Rouge. The LSU coach started the 2015 season 7-0, reaching No. 2 in the nation, before losing three straight games. LSU leadership let Miles sweat out his fate before he ended the year with two wins, including a 56-27 trouncing of Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl, to keep his job.
Apparently the tide has turned, and Les Miles has power in Death Valley.
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) July 5, 2016
A photo surfaced of Miles in uniform for his role as a police officer in Camera Obscura, an independent film produced in Baton Rouge. Miles has the look down, with slicked back hair, semi-serious smirk and upright posture.
According to The Advocate, which attained the picture, Camera Obscura" stars Christopher Denham, best known for his role as Mark Lijek, one of the American hostages in Argo. Miles also appeared in the 2014 sports drama When The Game Stands Tall as an Oklahoma State recruiter.
So yeah, if the whole football thing doesn't work out, Miles has a second career option. Actually, he kind of has two backups: acting and law enforcement.