Kansas State coach has perfect response when asked about Les Miles wearing his LSU title ring
Les Miles has been a popular figure this week at Big 12 Media Days as the new coach at Kansas.
The former LSU coach wore his national championship ring on Monday during his visit to Arlington, Texas, and another new coach, Kansas State’s Chris Klieman, was asked about his rings from North Dakota State.
“I’d have seven of them on. It would be a little heavy,” he said.
On Monday, Kansas’ Les Miles wore his national title ring from LSU. K-State’s Chris Klieman was asked Tuesday why he didn’t wear his national title rings from North Dakota State. “I’d have seven of them on. It would be a little heavy."
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) July 16, 2019
That ring is just one piece of what Miles brings to Kansas. In a Media Days format, his players got a chance to see Miles draw cameras, microphones and a crowd. Miles’ championship came in the 2007 season, and his record is 142-55 in 15 seasons at Oklahoma State and LSU.
But Klieman has had his share of success as a college football coach. Now that both of them are in Kansas, look for plenty of attention and spotlight coming to that state, perhaps for the first time ever on this kind of level. This may be just the beginning of the media attention coming for the Jayhawks.