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LSU athletic director wanted to fire Les Miles in 2013 for misconduct. The school didn't act.

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The new revelations about Miles, who is now the head football coach at the University of Kansas, come from a 148-page investigative report into the school’s handling of sexual misconduct released Friday.

Former Louisiana State University head football coach Les Miles’ behavior was so problematic during his tenure at the school that his then-boss, LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva, recommended his firing in June 2013. 

But the university instead kept Miles on its payroll for another three years and buried a report detailing the coach’s alleged sexual advances on female student workers, hands-on approach to hiring women and comments about the appearance of women in his office. 

The new revelations about Miles, who is now the head football coach at the University of Kansas, come from a 148-page investigative report into the school’s handling of sexual misconduct released Friday. LSU launched the investigation in December after reporting by USA TODAY uncovered systemic mishandling of sexual misconduct allegations. It hired outside law firm Husch Blackwell to conduct the review. 

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