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Les Miles still hopes to coach again.

TRAVIS SPRADLING

'The Hat' is finally headed back for a game at the Big House.

Les Miles, a former Wolverine offensive lineman, said he plans to attend Michigan's final home game on Nov. 19 against Indiana, according to a report from The Detroit News. Miles said in the report he had not been in Michigan Stadium for a game since the early 1980's.

It will be Miles' first return to Ann Arbor since he attended former coach Bo Schembechler's funeral in 2006. Miles played for Schembechler from 1974-75.

 

The long-time LSU head coach was fired in September after 11 seasons with the Tigers, including a national championship in 2007. 

Miles, who was a potential option for the Michigan job in 2014 when Jim Harbaugh was hired, said he is "busy trying to be busy," but isn't done coaching. 

“I’m not done climbing,” Miles said in the report. “There has to be another championship out there I can win somewhere.”

Michigan is currently 9-0, and No. 3 in the most recent College Football Playoff rankings.

For the full Detroit News report, click here.