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Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- LSU head coach Les Miles tips his hat to an appreciative Tiger Stadium crowd, at the the start of Senior Day activities before the first half of the LSU-Texas A&M football game in Baton Rouge, Nov. 28, 2015. His job security questioned, Miles and his team hung on for the win.

TRAVIS SPRADLING

Les Miles knows what he'll be doing this Saturday night. In fact, in an ESPN story posted Thursday, he says he plans to "watch every snap" of LSU's game against Alabama in Tiger Stadium.

Miles, who was fired by LSU after a 2-2 start, discusses his plans to coach again in 2017, but declined to discuss any specific job opportunities.

"I'm excited to get another opportunity to take a team to the field and fight for victory," Miles told ESPN. "Right now that is my focus."

Except for Saturday, when his focus will be on Tiger Stadium. "Absolutely, I will watch it," Miles said. "I will watch every snap. I like the Tigers."

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