(BATON ROUGE, La.) -- Could Saturday's game be Les Miles' last?
That's what sources have told ESPN about the head coach for the Louisiana State University football team.
According to ESPN, the school is "heavily in favor" of a new coach, but Miles has not been formally asked to leave.
After reports surfaced that Miles had admitted he was resigning after speaking with the LSU Gridiron Club, the school denied the claims in a tweet.
"Contrary to media reports, #LSU coach Les Miles has not resigned nor did he indicate he was resigning when speaking to booster group [Friday]," said LSU football in a tweet.
A source told ESPN that if Miles is out, LSU leadership is looking to get Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher.
LSU football is currently suffering its first three-game losing streak since 1999.
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