"Championships are earned, they are not given."
Les Is More is back and ready for one of the most exciting CFB championship weekends in a long time. Coach is again joined by his daughter, Smacker, and close friend and former Michigan quarterback, John Wangler. Les answers a flurry of fan questions, including the Internet classic about whether it’s better to to fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck (11:09). He and his cohosts then look back at Auburn’s impressive victory over Alabama in the Iron Bowl, and how the defeat will affect the Crimson Tide’s playoff chances (2:08). The trio also review Michigan’s loss to rival Ohio State — the Wolverines’ fourth straight in the series (19:14) — and discuss the outlook for the Buckeyes heading into their matchup against unbeaten Wisconsin in the Big 10 title game (33:51). Les and John also recap Miami’s loss to Pitt (24:32), and talk about how the upset could actually help the Hurricanes in the ACC Championship Game against No. 1 Clemson (31:08). And finally, Coach and the crew analyze the overall playoff picture and make a case for expanding the postseason (36:53).
"I'm thankful for fourth down."
"I think Bowl Season is a wonderful time to be a college football player."
About The Show
During a coaching career spanning more than three decades, Les Miles has established himself as one of the most fascinating figures in all of sports. Regarded almost as much for his press conferences antics as his on the field accomplishments, Les’ reputation precedes itself. The Les Is More Podcast will quickly become a must-listen for anybody who loves college football. Combining a first-hand insider perspective with a distinctively personal and quirky approach, this weekly offering will cover the latest storylines on the college football landscape, as well as anecdotes and intimate experiences shared by Coach Miles, his family and the various figures he’s befriended throughout the years. For those in the know, this podcast isn't merely a part of the conversation surrounding college football — it is the conversation.