Former LSU coach Les Miles has been having some fun in the media, hosting his own podcast and announcing games this season.

However, after not landing any coaching positions this offseason, he’s still looking to make a return to the sidelines.

According to ESPN’s Chris Low, Miles still wants to coach, and believes there’s a good opportunity out there for him somewhere:

Miles was fired by the Tigers last year after a loss to LSU, when coach Ed Orgeron took over for him.

This offseason, he was linked to the Purdue and Minnesota jobs, among others, but those schools decided to go in different directions.

This coming winter, though, there should be a few more high-profile jobs opening, perhaps a few in the SEC, even.

It’ll be interesting to see if the Mad Hatter resurfaces on the sidelines in 2018, or if he’ll continue to work as an analyst and await his next opportunity.