Former LSU football coach Les Miles says he’s feeling good one day after his firing. Miles was a guest on the “Dan Patrick Show". Miles says he was told of his firing during a face-to-face meeting with Athletic Director Joe Alleva. The coach says he didn’t fight the decision…"I'm for the Tigers. Anything that they see that makes the Tigers better, than I'm for em."

Miles was the head coach at LSU for 11-plus seasons. He won 77-percent of his games, including a BCS National Championship and 2 SEC titles. The Mad Hatter says he’s fortunate to have had the opportunity to coach the Tigers. "Are you kidding me? I have had a great run at LSU and I enjoyed myself the entire time."

"I would have a difficult time not being involved in the game and not being a coach."

This Saturday LSU will host Missouri for homecoming. Miles says he may go to Tallahassee to see Florida State play North Carolina. His son, Manny, is a walk-on quarterback for the Tar Heels. During the nearly 10-minute interview, Miles indicated he would like to coach again.