LSU has struggled out of the gate this year at 2-2 with losses to Wisconsin and Auburn most recently on Saturday. Many people believed that the game this past week could have decided the fate of both coaches involved in it. It seems that that logic has reached into the minds of the University leaders.
According to a source close to The Advocate, the 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. This comes after a sloppy 18-13 loss to Auburn and the offense struggling all month, most notably Heisman candidate Leonard Fournette.
Apparently an extensive evaluation of the program is in play, even though that's something that usually takes place after the season is over. The Tigers started at No. 5 in the preseason and have fallen out of the polls thanks to to the two losses. The source says that changes could be coming as soon as Monday --- mostly in regards to Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.
Miles was almost fired after last season when the Tigers went 9-3 after disappointing all the people with national championship aspirations for the school. It seems the doubt from the higher ups is growing each week.
[h/t The Advocate]