LSU head coach Les Miles during the second half against Mississippi State earlier this season. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Former LSU coach Les Miles returned to Michigan, his alma mater, on Saturday.

According to the Detroit News, Miles hadn’t been to campus since former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler’s funeral 10 years ago. He came back for Michigan’s game against Indiana.

Miles, who has won a national title at LSU but was fired earlier this season, said he wants to get back into coaching, but he’s unsure what the future holds.

“I have no idea, to be honest,” Miles told the Detroit News. “I can tell you this: I’m looking for a school, an AD, a president, that wants to invest in their kids and lock arms and go win a championship.”

Miles also praised the job current coach Jim Harbaugh has done at the school.

“He’s doing just what we want him to,” Miles said. “And I say ‘we’ collectively as a bunch of people who love Michigan.”

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