A former Kansas football coach has 37 wins vacated from his career, making him ineligible for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Les Miles served as Jayhawk head football coach for two seasons, but is widely known for his tenure with the LSU Tigers.
Miles is having 37 wins removed from his accolades between the years 2012-2015 due to offensive lineman Vadal Alexander playing his entire collegiate career ineligible. Alexander reportedly received over $180,000 in improper benefits from a former assistant AD.
A head coach must have won 60% of games in their career to be eligible for the Hall of Fame. Miles had been at 66.5%, but the vacated wins take his career mark down to 59.6%.
Miles was fired after two seasons in Lawrence due to sexual misconduct allegations.