According to a report from The Advocate, changes to the LSU coaching staff may be imminent. This includes head coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.

Excepts from the piece are detailed as followed:

“Changes to the staff — particularly regarding head coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron — could be coming as early as Monday. University leaders are expected to enter deep discussions in the next 24 hours regarding the future of the football program, its head coach and its offensive coordinator.”

LSU’s loss to Auburn this past Saturday may have hastened the necessity to make a coaching move. The Tigers have dropped out of both Top 25 polls, and sit currently with a 2-2 record.

Miles has been under scrutiny for over a year in Baton Rouge. In 2015, LSU dropped three-straight games in the regular season against conference opponents (Alabama, Arkansas, Ole Miss). The offense continues to be a massive issue — particularly as it pertains to quarterback play.

In the two defeats this year, LSU has managed to score only one offensive touchdown in each game. The Tigers are also the only program in the Football Bowl Subdivision to have not scored in the fourth quarter through the first four games of the 2016 season.

LSU ranks No. 119 out of 128 FBS teams in passing yards, No. 111 in total offense and No. 110 in scoring offense.

With the loss on Saturday, LSU is now 12-10 in its last 22 games against Power Five conference opponents, and 4-5 in its last nine games overall. Miles is also 5-10 in his last 15 road games.