Les Miles is going to be a guest “analyst” during ESPN’s recruiting day coverage

Les Miles, the man who wanted Dak Prescott to play tight end at LSU, is going to be an “analyst” for ESPN during their national signing day coverage. This same man recruited some of the best talent in the country during his time at LSU and a lot of that talent went to waste because Miles is an incompetent moron who was fired for failing to adapt to the offensive changes that were developing in college football.

Hosts Matt Schick and Joe Tessitore will keep fans up to date on all the news surrounding the day, led by national recruiting analyst Tom Luginbill, recruiting analyst Craig Haubert, and college football analysts Mike Bellotti, Mack Brown, Joey Galloway and David Pollack. The crew will be joined by former LSU head coach Les Miles, who will contribute to coverage throughout the day as a guest analyst, sharing his insight and experiences on the recruiting process.

ESPN apparently believes this man is worthy of a spot on national television during their national signing day coverage because, why not? He’ll say ridiculous things, probably won’t know how to say names correctly and will identify players by their high school numbers, and will use “certainly” and “great” a lot while discussing recruits.