Kansas football coach Les Miles was placed on administrative leave Friday night after allegations of sexual misconduct against the coach while he was in public at LSU this week.
Athletic Director Jeff Long said in a statement that KU would review the claims.
“Now that we have access to this information, it will take us days to fully review the content and see if any additional information is available” Per ESPN said. “I do not want to speculate on a timeline for our review because it is imperative that we do our due diligence.”
Kansas spokesman Dan Beckler Told USA Today on Thursday The school did not know of the allegations when it hired Miles in November 2018.
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LSU Started Internal investigation of Miles in 2013 Female students who worked in the athletic department then accused her of inappropriate behavior. One student accused him of “unwanted touching”, while another said that Miles made him feel uncomfortable in phone calls and other conversations.
The law firm handling the investigation for LSU, Taylor Porter, determined that Koch used “poor judgment” in his dealings with students, but did not have sex with women. LSU then released an investigation report on Thursday and Miles fought in court for years to keep it sealed.
Meals was also named to an external law firm’s November audit of how LSU handled recent sexual misconduct cases under Title IX. Lsu That report was released on friday.
Former LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva wrote in an e-mail to University President F. King Alexander in 2013 that Miles should be fired for ignoring Eleva’s ban on contacting students, which Miles first wrote in 2012. It was imposed after the prosecutor appeared.
Alleva wrote in an e-mail, “I always believe that people are innocent until proven guilty and in this case I believe they are guilty of insulting, inappropriate behavior. Included in the audit report.” I think That we have reason. I specifically asked him not to text, call or do it alone with any of the student activists and he did not listen clearly. I know that there are many possible consequences and a lot of risk, but I believe that this is the best interest in the long run to make a break. The court of the public will be in our favor. “
Miles claimed during an internal investigation that Alleva never told him about those prohibitions.
Alleva finally fired Miles in 2016 after LLU started the season 2–2.
Kansas is 3-18 in two seasons under Miles. The Jayhawks went 0-9 in 2020. ESPN reported that offensive coordinator Mike DeBord will run the team while Miles is on leave.