The University of Kansas and Les Miles have reached a settlement in exchange for his termination following allegations that surfaced from Miles’ time at LSU

Lawrence, KS – According to the statement, the sum (f $1,991,062.50) will be paid in monthly payments in accordance with their normal payroll schedule.

The officials have reported that the former head football coach will receive all his regular monthly payments earned through the end of March and all his benefits run out on March 31.

Miles was entering his third year as head coach of the Jayhawks and coming off a winless season in 2020.

He was investigated at LSU after two female student workers accused him of inappropriate behavior. He was coach at LSU for more than 11 years before being fired four games into the 2016 season.