Coach Miles talks "Michigan" with his Tigers By Jayne Ruben | January 10, 2011 at 5:37 PM CST - Updated August 27 at 2:56 AM BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB/AP) - LSU head coach Les Miles said he anticipates he will have a meeting with the University of Michigan about the coaching job there. Miles said no one from Michigan has contacted him directly yet and that he does not know when such a meeting with his alma mater might take place. He made the comments immediately following the news conference in which junior cornerback Patrick Peterson announced he will enter the NFL Draft. Miles stated he met with LSU underclassmen Monday morning and told them he expects to remain the coach at LSU. "I am extremely happy here," Miles added. Of course, Miles is a "Michigan Man." He was an offensive lineman for the Wolverines during college and twice served as an assistant coach during the 80s and 90s. A former LSU athletic director said he doesn't think Miles would take the job with Michigan. He has four kids and is already making $4 million. Miles is 62-17 with a national championship in six years at LSU. Rich Rodriguez last week was fired as Michigan coach with a 15-22 mark in three seasons. Copyright 2010 WAFB. All rights reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.